Holiday Inn Sydney Waterfront
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... when I touched it with my knife. Unbelievable! Everybody else seemed to enjoy their meals so I mostly kept quiet but was horribly disappointed. We then hit up the Costco as there aren't any on Cape Breton Island. My parents were on the hunt for some decent red meat (which is really hard to find here in Nova Scotia) and their Albertan parts really miss red meat. They were successful and so were we. They had ...
... only a five minute wait and decent results.
Later that morning, we drove 35 minutes southwest to the Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada where a shuttle bus drove us to the (reconstructed) Fortress, a mile and a half from the entrance. On the drive, we spotted two bald eagles soaring through the air - beautiful! Upon arriving at the Fortress, we were immediately immersed in the18th century time period. We walked the paths of French explorers and soldiers as ...
... two extremely well restored and an amazing display of life in the late 1700's and 1800's. The area developed into a very large coal supplier, later when the ships stopped using coal for fuel many jobs were lost and then in later days it developed into a world leader in steel production and in 1904 Sydney became a city. Sydney here and at home were both named after the British Home Society Thomas ...
The day dawned with rougher seas and overcast skies. We decided to forgo sightseeing due to the cold and windy conditions. We lazed around the staterooms and finally had a very late breakfast. Our room was dockside, so we were entertained by the delightful sounds of a bagpiper.
Sydney is located on Cape Breton Island. On its dock is the World's Largest Ceilidh Fiddle, which is about sixty feet high and weighs in at about ten tons. It was built ...
... trees (due to the poor coastal soil), fishing villages along the way. She said there is fertile land in the centre of the island and this is where their agriculture is. Went through the township of Louisbourg and then out to the ‘Fortress’ on a point of land – centuries ago it covered 57 acres and was a ...