Comfort Inn Sydney
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Last week a note was circulated that the ship would be holding On Deck for a Cause – in aid of Cancer research. The idea is that you make a minimum $20 donation which gives you a Tshirt and wristband and you can choose whether or not you want to walk. The walk is for 5km (12 laps around the deck). So I'd signed up for it and it was being held this morning.
However first of all we headed up to the Lido deck where they were serving pancakes and ...
... streets, sidewalks, buildings etc. About as laid back as Owlseye. The only place that looked current was the Cruise Terminal Building. Modern shops, museum, free wifi etc. We strolled around town and stopped at Sacred Heart Church, built in 1889 however the Parish originated in 1825. The Church was very plain inside. Similar to St. Brides. Simply put, there does not seem to be much cash on the island. After the ...
... Revolution it is still an important topic in Nova Scotia. Many of the Acadians forced out fled into Quebec or into what would become Maine. And some returned within a generation. But today the Acadians are a growing part of Nova Scotia, retaining their language, faith and cultural heritage. Although we didn't find Sydney as beautiful as Charlottetown, PEI, we enjoyed visiting the Fort of ...
As impressive as the scenery was at Meat Cove, it did not make for a good night sleep. A storm rolled through wiping my tent with wind. A few times I was worried the bike might get tipped over or my tent picked up and flung through the air.
After packing up camp and getting on my way, I negotiated the top section of the Cabot Trail in the rain. Not thing super hard, but enough to keep the road wet. ...
... them and spoilt their photos. Sorry Mum I know I won't go to heaven. Descending down the highway in the progress of being resurfaced had to be careful round the hairpin turns with all the roadworks. Got held-up just before the huge bridge as one of the lanes was being resurfaced and only one lane open so had to wait for on coming traffic before our turn to cross.
Once over there was a long stream of traffic on the other side waiting for their ...