Comfort Inn Sydney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1960s so the government set about the reconstruction project so as to employ and re skill the retrenched coal miners We were fortunate to have another fine day and warm by the standards of expectation here at 14deg C. The ship is departing today at 4pm so all aboard ...
... br> The Cabot Trail ended and we continued south to the pretty town of Baddeck where we stopped at the information center. Based upon the advice we received and the fact that our emissions system needed some DEF fluid added, we decided to head north to Sydney. We will have the opportunity to drive the southern portion of this route when we return from Newfoundland and drive from Sydney towards Prince Edward Island, the last remaining Maritime province left to visit.
... was crammed with old folk.
After lunch we took a walk by the ship and had a look at the massive 8 ton violin sculpture. Canadians like the Aussie's love their massive pointless sculpture's. I suppose it does make the place memorable.
It was such a hot relaxing day to be strolling around. Also nice to be on the move again after being on the rock for two and a half months.
We ate at the 'British' pub ...
As our cruise draws to an end we find ourselves in a town by name makes me feel very homesick . We have arrived at Sydney with a population of approx., 26000 people it is in Cape Breton which is now a part of Nova Scotia. This area was first founded by people from America but later many farmers were sent from Scotland by the British when they gave the land to the landlords, In history it is known as ...
Wednesday 11th September: Docked at Sydney on Cape Breton Island which is 1000 miles north of New York (probably why it is cold), 850 miles north of Boston and 950 miles east of Montreal at 8.00 - left the ship to use WFI in the terminal building and then onto our bus at 9.15 for our 'Discover the Two Sides of ...