North Star Inn Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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What a great night's sleep we all had! It's amazing what good fresh air, a long day in the car and lots of beer and wine can do! :) I am already worried if we brought enough wine afterall. It was supposed to be a slow night and yet we managed to polish off one large and one regular bottle! LOL! It has been a practice of ours to take pictures of all the campsites. I wanted to take a picture last night before it got dark but we were busy cooking dinner and then ...
We left Grand Codroy Campground to head out for the ferry to North Sydney and there is a place along the road that is called Wreckhouse. Well it is well named as the wind howls through there with a mighty force. Greg was white knuckling it all the way and boy the motor home was being tossed about like a fishing cork. needless to say we made it and caught the ferry only to be tossed about like a cork in the ocean.
Some people were so ...
Start: Saint John's Newfoundland
and Argentia Ferry Terminal
End: North Sydney, Nova Scotia (next day)
... we stopped to take some photos Thereafter we rode along Highway 104 and 4 which took us along the shore of Bras d'Or Lake. The lake is special as it is really an inland sea with partially fresh/salt water. Take some photos of the beautiful view and amazing cloud formations.
We then rode north past Sydney, and along to the east coast where the Fortress of Louisboug. The fortress is actually a small town with ...
... pretty nice. Then back on the highway andCrossed the bridge and onto Cape Breton Island. We decided as we we not going to the top we would take the coastal road which I mus say was pretty disappointing after the scenery we have seen. We stopped for petrol at Margaree Falls and we couldnt find a Servo so we called into the Visitors centre for directions and she ended up talking us into going right around the top of Cape Breton. We had been told ...