Comfort Inn Sydney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sydney is the largest city on Cape Breton Island with a population of 31,597. Coal mines and steel plant brought an economic boom to the island until the late 1960s. Recently, the island has become home to a significant tourism industry and 80 ships a year make a stop here. 50 miles west of Sydney is the Alexander Graham Bell Museum in Baddeck. Bell was very proud of his Scottish heritage and he spent ...
... to get our "essential" provisions for the trip ahead.
This morning, Wednesday, we're headed to a proper campground where we will have amenities like water and electricity (oh, how we take those for granted!) giving us time to clean up both ourselves and Riley. It's the closest campground to the ferry dock where tomorrow we leave for Newfoundland. We're getting excited to get going - and Colleen's hoping the ferry ride is a smoooooth one............
Sydney Nova Scotia and a greyish morning that turned warm and sunny. The ship is moored alongside the old town so we walked around and visited St Patrick's Church which is now a museum, the the Jost House which is an old merchants house laid out as a museum. The people there were really friendly , dressed in period costume they showed us around from the cellars where the servants slept and worked to the upper rooms one of which was set out as an apothecaries. In the bedroom there was ...
I think this will be the shortest entry of them all. What promised to be a lovely day in Sydney, Nova Scotia turned out to be rather boring. Tisha and I were rather surprised to find there really is nothing to this little town and I am not entirely sure why the ship stops here.
After getting up to watch the sunrise over Nova Scotia, we slept in a while longer ...
... in 1758 by the British. In 1760 the fortifications were demolished on orders from the British Prime Minister. About 1/4 of colonial Louisbourg has been reconstructed to its 1744 appearance.
Sun Aug 18--Today we took a much anticipated drive on the Cabot Trail. It's a road that goes around Cape Breton and stretches 300 km, or about 180 miles. Everyone has been telling us about the beauty, scenery, views, etc. ...