Jacques Cartier Motel

1396 Grand Lake Road, Sydney, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, B1M 1A1, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Balls Creek area of Sydney.
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And my adventure begins...

A travel blog entry by sandradgillis on Apr 18, 2014


... and specifically weaving. The Dawson's and Sweetmans will return home after 3 weeks and Sue and I will stay for two more weeks. Friends of Sue's who currently live in Europe will join us for a week of those two. The itinerary for those two weeks hasn't been ...

Journey to the end of the earth

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 12, 2013

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... when we met a group of Canadian girls (Uni students) who very kindly took photos of us.

It was a slow cautious drive back down the winding gravel road quite a few cars coming the other way up to see Meat Cove (very popular place). Parts of the road is on the edge of the cliffs glad we are not frighten of heights glad to be back on the bitumen road at Capstick there is only one road in and out back to the Cabot Trail. The rain has started ...

Day 25 - The Cruise - Sydney, Nova Scotia

A travel blog entry by tallypez on Oct 10, 2013

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... breakfast we took the tender to shore to have a look around the town. There were only a few shops but I have to admit, we did find a lovely boutique where we both bought some clothes. That was about the highlight of our time in town. I don't know, maybe because of my Sydney I was expecting a little more from this one.

As the day was warm again, we ...

Day 30 Cruise - Cape Breton Island

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Aug 14, 2013

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... view of Boulanderie Island, Seal Island Bridge, Kelly’s Mountain and St Ann’s Bay. This area forms part of the Cabot Trail and is one place we wished we had more time to see.

Afterwards we were able to fit in a short walking tour of Old Sydney.The port is home to the world’s largest fiddle. Fiddle music was first brought to the area by Scottish immigrants more than 200 years ago.

Tonight the Chefs put on a ...

Sydney, but not in Australia

A travel blog entry by cruise_buddies on Jun 14, 2013


... for ages, technical faults with tills so we were told to join the tour, pay later. Went to pay after 1st part but it would have been a 1 hour wait so we gave up, snuck a look around and left. Took a very scenic route back via a cemetery and a lighthouse, dropped the car back and now back on board. It has started to rain and is cold. Roll on New York . Last day at sea tomorrow, and then Boston Sunday morning. Communications will pick up again Monday nz ...

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