Jacques Cartier Motel
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... the blog. While there we met Dave and Irene who’d been for a walk up town and repeated what we’d heard – that there wasn’t much to see. We chatted for a while then they headed back to the ship and we checked out the remaining shops and also came back on board. We’d arranged to meet Dave and Irene up in the Crows Nest at 4pm for the trivia quiz and happy hour. We whiled away a pleasant hour or so with them then after arranging to ...
When we left in the morning we saw police lights flashing on the freeway near an exit to the town and several cars pulled over beside the road. Obviously we wondered what in the world had happened. As we passed the exit we noticed a bull moose standing in the middle of the exit. He was looking confused and didn't know which way to go with the cars backed up in all his escape directions. We passed on by without even time to take ...
We left our hotel at the early mark of 10am today to head back to North Sydney. We decided to stop for breakfast at Cora's because it's a known favorite of myself and my mom. I will say I was disappointed. Unfortunately my smoothie was mostly yogurt (and for anyone who knows me, knows I detest yogurt unless thoroughly mixed with things) and had little to no raspberries in it and my crepe was rock solid and ...
... by Gillian Head, a Cape Breton fiddle player. The Louisbourg theatre, done as close to following the Shakespearean designs I remember from high school English as I can remember, hosts live entertainment every night of the week. Quite the show tonight. Discovered that I have a taste for oat cakes (there out to be a Scottish section in the grocery store).
McGill room booked. Getting close to half way. ...
... love these so called British pubs in N America. They are never like any I have ever frequented in my life. The ones I remember are always dark, dingey, have sticky carpets and grumpy staff.
Over here they have bright neon lighting, serve junk food and have baseball and football on TV. I should be a 'British Pub Consultant'. Would make a bloody fortune, what what, chin chin, chocks away old boy.
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