Holiday Inn Sydney Waterfront
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So we spent the day at the beach again. Personally, I could easily spend every day at the beach, but seeing as we drove almost two hours to Inverness again, I did feel a little bad for Mark as I forced him out of bed at 9:30. Not horribly bad as the drive was phenomenal, but kind of bad. Inverness beach was just as spectacular as before, maybe even more so as the sun was right above us. The water wasn't quite as warm as last time (18 degrees instead of 21) but once you were ...
... was later taken by the British twice, over several years and two wars and eventually destroyed by the British since they wanted the major seaport to be in Halifax. It covered a large area and was constructed chiefly of stone and brick, although there were several wooden buildings.
Starting in the 1960’s, about a third of the buildings and the walls surrounding the fortress ...
This morning we have just sailed into the harbour in Sydney, Nova Scotia. It is grey and overcast here today. No particular plans are in place today other than maybe a stroll into the town if weather permits, a pedicure on the ship this afternoon and our last formal night tonight. Will go back now and elaborate on the days since we embarked the ship. Quebec City - this was a real surprise, it is a truly beautiful city, much more so than Montreal. It has beautiful ...
... 48" of rain – the fortress is run by National Parks of Canada.
Fishing, lobster and snow crabbing are the main industries. Lobster traps (pots) are long and ice crab traps are much bigger and round. We went to the Lobster Kettle Restaurant for lunch right on the seafront and tackled one of the ice crabs which ...
... Cape Breton Highlands National Park, and they want an entrance fee. Are you kidding me?? The only road around the Cape and we have to pay, come on. There are at least 20 cars in line, going very, very slowly and a lane next to us for like "through traffic". I ask Janet to check her brochure to see if we have to pay, and she reads that if you're not going to use the Park's services or sites, that you can pass by. So I get out ...