Days Inn And Conference Center - Bridgewater
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... I’m not sure about plumbing but the house is huge. I would think that if they spent all that money they would have plumbing. Another island is frequented by kayakers who camp on the island and climb the sheer cliffs along the water. Some of the islands are inhabited by deer, which swim from the mainland to the island. Mousse really enjoyed the ride. Everyone was paying attention to him. He loved to be on ...
... the restaurant right across from the Lighthouse. When she and I travelled to Nova Scotia to check out Acadia University, we stopped in there after our visit to campus to chat about what we'd seen. It was minus 20 and blowing so it's amazing a Vancouver-born young lady chose to go there, but she did. As a result, we've been back frequently since that day. The restaurant website is below. You can't miss it. And although ...
... interest in our ancestors and the reasons for there flight to Canada. They were all looking for a better life in Canada than they could have had in Europe.
We found a farmers' market on the wharf and enjoyed browsing the local crafts and produce. One exhibit showed a man carving of a face onto 664 pound pumpkin. It was amazing!
We then walked along the harbour and saw two cruise ships berthed. The largest was ...
... for afternoon tea whereupon we had coffee and a couple treats. We then drove up to Halifax to walk through the gardens and also a power walk along the harbor area. didn't take many photos there. We made it back to a little restaurant near our campground at Hubbard's Beach where we enjoyed the sunset over the boat harbor All in all a fun ...
... us very homesick and we have now started the countdown for when we go home six days to be precise. We are turning into Grumpy old people we miss our bathroom shower, our comfy bed and food that isn't just flavoured with pepper and salt. Richard is tired of driving and I am tired of taking photos, blogs (sorry!!), doing our expenses and trying to have interesting food flavoured with pepper and salt.
Time to relax on the bed watch TV and ...