Holiday Inn Sydney Waterfront
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... heritage of the island. Irish and Scottish immigrants brought their instruments and music to the island. Long nights and cold winters found people gathering to enjoy the warmth of music and each others company. Even today, the island produces many musicians and hosts a worldwide music festival. Walking down the streets of this quaint town, we found brightly painted houses, some autumn colors, ...
... br> The Cabot Trail ended and we continued south to the pretty town of Baddeck where we stopped at the information center. Based upon the advice we received and the fact that our emissions system needed some DEF fluid added, we decided to head north to Sydney. We will have the opportunity to drive the southern portion of this route when we return from Newfoundland and drive from Sydney towards Prince Edward Island, the last remaining Maritime province left to visit.
The adventure has begun. Thanks to Air Canada for the lovely in flight pretzels and diet Coke. Our flight was late leaving (nbd...we have 4 hours to wait) and apparently most of our plane had a tight connection. So, Miss Krys and I put some good travel karma out to the world and let all those folks off the plane first. (Never mind that we walked faster than ...
... to the ship and jumped in the pool for a lovely swim, followed by an interesting time in the poolside spa with a man from New Orleans who turned out to be a priest. He was really lovely and well travelled so we had a fascinating conversation, but it was slightly surreal.
After sun baking for a bit, we got ready for dinner and then decided on having an ...
... around the pool. There were all kinds of chocolate desserts. After all the photos, we were allowed to eat. Our overnight cruise into Halifax saw fog descend in the early evening and remain during the night. The ships captain sounded the fog horn regularly giving an eerie feel to the evening particularly when we were sailing near where the Titanic had sunk a century ago. Luckily during summer there is no chance of icebergs floating down this far in the Atlantic ...