The Hotel on Pownal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We woke up at Wal-Mart in Bathurst, NB and started our day as usual. Pull open the blinds, pull on our socks and arrange our van to make it ready for making breakfast. During this time Chris got up to go to the bathroom in the Wal-Mart. As he was climbing over the seat to get to the door, he noticed our trail mix had ripped and was all over the floor. I said I would take care of it since he really had to pee. As I went to clean it up, I thought to myself "Boy this trail mix has a lot of ...
... pretty special to say none the lease! Last mission: omg we have to walk back, barefoot over this never ending path of rocks. You could say it was straight up foot acupuncture. Guido was feeling a little dehydrated and we decided to serve him a good gulp of gasoline. We weren't even sure if a gas station existed in this small town... Pretty sure it was the oldest gas station we've ever encountered (a little over exaggerated! ) but we sure ...
Today begain with one of those travelling moments that makes you smile. I got up and chatted to some of the people in the hostel and had found out a shorter way to get to Prince Edward Island that would also save us some money. Perfect when on a trip as long as ours. Cape Breton Island is situated on the North tip of Nova Scotia and lies east of PEI. On investigation on google maps I had seen we could drive for 6 hours and get to PEI or drive and get a ferry and take 5hrs ...
Called into a souvenir type shop, the home of Anne of Green Gables fame. The musical has been playing in Charlottetown for 49 years continuous.
Drove straight past the 'Cows Creamery’ factory, which is purported to have been voted the best ice cream in the world – maybe we’ll find one in a shop in Sydney our next port of call tomorrow
... likens the province to a smiley face (the smile portion), while I would liken it to a jack-o-lantern smile carved by a 6 year old; nevertheless, we had now visited both points of the smile and celebrated with some ice cream! Any excuse for a cool treat was good for me. The lighthouse was cool (built in 1867) it was also quite old.
Next we cruised south heading to Bison Head PP where we were looking for "singing sands". What we ...