El Rancho Motel

Address: 214 Hwy 1, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, B5A 4A5, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 214 Hwy 1, Yarmouth.
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        Back to Clare

        A travel blog entry by janet.gilbert on Aug 28, 2015

        6 photos

        ... the kitchen party. Plus more beer for Norm and Renette. Stopped off at the tourist bureau to get a map for Margot so she can map the trip for the family. Headed for the French Shore about four o'clock since it's a 90 minute drive. Went directly to the golf course to see if we could find Betty 's gold earring she lost when the hornets got her. We took two carts, dean and I in the first one. I put my purse in the front compartment for safe keeping. ...

        First day of golf

        A travel blog entry by janet.gilbert on Aug 17, 2015

        Travelled about 90 miles to golf at le club de golf de Clare. I can be just as bad here as I am at Swgc. We had great weather and a good time at least until hole 16 when Betty inadvertently hit a hornets nest with her backswing . They got all riled up and took after her when she tried to retrieve her golf club. Hornets 6 stings, Betty nothing! She flailed her arms so wildly that she lost her magnetic ball marker and an ...


        A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 13, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        We got up early to a beautiful, sunny day. We went to a little town called Mahone Bay. It is another colorful old town on a small bay. We spent a couple of hours there walking around town and visiting some of the shops. Of special interest was a pewter shop. They manufacture all of their pewter there and demonstrated how they make the pewter pieces. It was really interesting and they had beautiful stuff.

        We went through a small ...

        Canada East: Day 14

        A travel blog entry by js_cameron on Jun 25, 2015

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... a number of examples. A highly recommended place to visit.

        Lastly, I rode through to end the ride in Yarmouth at the south-westen end of Nova Scotia. Yarmouth is the largest lobster fishing port in Canada, and it is an interesting town with a mixture of nice old houses, lobster boats and large industrial buildings. I rode later to the lighthouse at Cape Forchu, that has a museum attached. From the grounds surrounding the lighthouse I took a number ...

        The Pull of the Moon

        A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Oct 01, 2014

        30 photos

        ... his Smart Car. She got off the phone and said to me: “Whaddya tink? He wants $6500 fer da car. I tink it’s too much an he’s chargin’ it cause it’s a novelty item. Probly blow 'way in a wind like dis anyway. Ya stayin’ another night hun?” And just like that, you’re in a conversation up to your eyeballs with someone about something you know nothing about. You go away laughing because they are just so lovely and so open and ...

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