Hearthstone Inn Port Hawkesbury
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Left PEI this morning with very heavy hearts, I think I could live here if it wasn't for the snow. I know that it has left us with wonderful memories.
Crossed the Confederation Bridge and it only cost us 45.50 to escape, much less than the ferry but we did have to drive so that cost us. I think it was a saw off. We did get into Amherst NS by chance and it was very lucky we did as it was a quaint old, old town. (1784)
... 4 axle but all is forgiven. Oh well. Very delayed spring in Nova Scotia. Most leaves are not even budding yet but the temperature is 19 so we are smiling. $5.25 toll for Nova Scotia. I do not remember that but apparently they have for a while. Very hilly in Nova Scotia but the highways are incredibly smooth. I guess tolls are working for road improvements. Not a bad idea for ...
We woke up as early as possible and got the hell out of that hole :aka the hostel. Dun, dun, dun.... At about 2am, there were persistent knocks at our door. Everyone was trying their best to ignore it, until finally Krissy gave in. A woman mentioned that someone's car with a quebec license plate was trying to break into a car. Luckily, it had nothing to do with our sweet little Guido. Meanwhile, we were still hit with the reality that we ...
... middle of nowhere. This led to an interesting discussion I may elaborate on later. As we neared the slow turn east toward Cape Breton the hills rose higher and the expansive view gave way to walls of forest of mixed hardwoods-spuce and fir--the highway too was now a two lane one, and everything wet.
We stopped in Antigonish for gas and a bathroom break in a driving rain storm now-with waning light at 6:00pm. I asked the lady running the counter ...
After sleeping in and a yummy breakfast at Cora's, we went down to the wharf and toured the Maritime Atlantic Museum. Very interesting. All things nautical. Very pro war; which makes sense since this was one of the post important ports in Canada. Add to this an exhibit and short movie about Halifax's ...