Lunenburg Arms Hotel
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This really is a terrific little hotel. Our room had a spectacular view of the harbor.
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JOE: No word from Sam. Nothing. Nada. Meet Backroads gang and shuttle to gold river. Collect bikes and ride to Mahone bay. Just before lunch I hit a curb an crack my head on pavement...jam fingers scrape knees. Not happy. Not happy at all. Blood all over cue sheet. Picnic lunch under gazebo, but I'm in no mood.
Ride to a beautiful, …
... Clifford to fully experience one of the most remarkably preserved colonial settlements in the New World. The kids really enjoyed Elijah's sense of humour and his laugh.
Afterwards, we had dinner at Lincoln Street Food, the kids enjoyed a Waffle cone at Sweet Treasures, and then we ended the evening with a few games of ...
... we are often forced to tussle over who gets the one bedside table and lamp provided. And don't even ask about the absence of kettles in kitchens - we carry our own! (Out of politeness, we won't go near the vagaries of US plumbing!) However, what we can rely on, once the tradtional array of pillows and cushions is removed, is that US mattresses are uniformly excellent, and we have rarely had a bad ...
... sitting at the dock because restoration work has taken 4yrs, is over budget & it's still not ready to sail because of rudder problems! It's a pity because that really would have been a thrill of a lifetime to go out on the Bluenose. Getting a ticket to sail on it would have been a challenge though!! Just to see it in full sail would have been quite a spectacular sight!
In the Fisheries Museum they have ...
... about the people was their friendliness and willingness to talk and talk for hours. I do not think that has changed. What we have found is that where ten words will actually do, they tend to use a hundred. (All my father used to talk about was playing in Glace Bay on Friday nights and the coal miners would come straight from the mines to the arena. They were black faced and still had on their miner's helmets with headlamps. When the home ...