Hearthstone Inn Port Hawkesbury
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... to visit the small island called Isle Madame which is connected to the main island by a bridge. We found a small hiking trail that led us to a beach on the extreme tip of the island and we walked about a mile along it, as it was sunny, but windy. We have encountered several days of wind and wondered what it would be like in the winter.
We had dinner at one of the "best" restaurants in town- the pub in our hotel. Surprisingly the ...
... how she and Rose, another waitress her, went there last year and had a hard time finding it. She could not give me detailed directions though, I had to rely on the ones I got off the Internet.
Over the causeway and north on 105 till I came to the Red Barn. Here I turned left like I was supposed to and then kept driving and driving looking for the turn I was ...
... we realized this was a difficult job after their wise ways of es-cah-pay-ing! Soooo, we were tired. Oh by the way, the Facebook page isn't really real. But the CCRC definitely is for realz. As we were preparing for our next departure, Krissy was giving Guido a little facial and found some disturbing evidence in his eyes. Somehow he had fried a beautiful dragon fly or it was his attempt at the "the fiat with the dragon tattoo" We headed ...
... you reach each little town along the way. In fact if one got on the highway the wrong way-or ran out of gas-life would be frustrating-this is an area that takes planning. As we curved south the land opened up into more farms and we entered the Cignecto Peninsula area in Amherst with about 15 large windmills taking advantage of the wind from the Bay of Fundy to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east.
We ate lunch in Amherst, a city where ...
Today I woke up to sunshine! I should have known that was a sign. It hasn't been a sunny start to our day since we arrived to Nova Scotia. But I continued to sign and dance as I packed up the trailer with Deryck and the girls." Day oh, me say day oh. come mister tally man tally me bananas. Day light come and me want to go to PEI!" We were on the road by 10:00 am heading to ...