Jacques Cartier Motel

Address: 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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Harbors and Haddock

A travel blog entry by madolph on Aug 13, 2014

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... be mistaken with THE Governor - with on WD or Schwarzenegger). I would show you pictures of Mark's haddock or my steak, but alas, I was again too slow! It was a truly fantastic meal right on the waterfront and if you ever get the chance, it's a definite suggested eatery. Because of the stunning location and the decadence of the meal, we did make sure to take a stroll down by the water after we were done. Tomorrow we head off to Halifax - so be prepared for breweries and ...

Travel Day and Men of the Deeps Concert

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jul 16, 2014

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We then returned to the coach in time to drive to the Miner’s Museum for dinner and entertainment. The Collards had made reservations at the restaurant that is part of the Miner’s Museum and invited us to have dinner with them. We had reservations for 5:30, but arrived a few minutes ahead and had time to check out a couple of exhibits that showed what a company store and company provided housing at the coal mines looked ...

Sydney, Nova Scotia

A travel blog entry by cdarvell on Oct 24, 2013

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... disembarked there were young people performing on stilts, acrobatics, juggling etc in their cultural costume, it was very entertaining. The evening was our first formal evening, commencing with the captain's cocktail party, where we were all formally introduced to the captain. We both dressed to the nines, Ken looked resplendent in his dinner jacket and red bow tie, and i think I didnt look too bad in my lovely black dress (Jenny the earrings were perfect). We had ...

Louisbourg Fortress & Lobster lunch

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes on Sep 11, 2013

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... off many trees, but they were leaving them there to let regeneration take place naturally.

Apparently there are moose, bears, foxes etc in the highlands.

75 tourist ships call here per year, so it is big business. 14% unemployment with 24% in winter. $10.35 per hour minimum wage. Petrol $1.40 per litre.


Scribble's from a Road trip - The Crossing

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54 on Aug 01, 2013

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... one, but the Famous one. We also had to stop at
Kenny’s Pizza, the purported best pizza in the land, according to Tara
MacAskill – sorry Tara, it is good, but not great!! I’ve had better pizza in
Cadiz, Spain. Oh! Well, to each it’s own.

We arrived at the North Sydney ferry terminal about 5pm for the 7:30pm
crossing on the Leif Ericson, a boat called into service (after the grounding

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