Oceanside Inn

Address: 181 Berringer Rd., Nova Scotia, B3Z 3T6, Canada | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 181 Berringer Rd., Nova Scotia, is near Peggy's Cove Lighthouse and Peggy Of The Cove.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Oceanside Inn Nova Scotia

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Nova Scotia

An interesting city with much to tell ...

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 11, 2014

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... the Halifax Explosion) was also present at the Explosion and was lucky to survive unharmed ... he then went on to do a PhD at one of the US Universities on the topic of how people react to disasters! One of, if not the, first such studies ever to be written, and one still referenced in more modern works, even if some of the ideas and conclusions are now dated.

There was also the only surviving Flower Class Corvette (HMCS Sackville) ...

First stop: Halifax

A travel blog entry by arthuroslo on Apr 29, 2014

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... Maritime Museum of the Atlantic which was fascinating. It included an exhibit on the Halifax Explosion of 1917, caused by a French munitions ship carelessly careening into a Norwegian ship and exploding. The explosion destroyed a vast portion of downtown Halifax, including some of Barrington Street, on which our hostel is located. There was also an exhibit on the disaster that was Titanic which included a replica first class (or lucky second class) ...

A Hidden gem in the North

A travel blog entry by rossport on Oct 06, 2013

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... away we went first port of call was a memorial to the Effects that the Halifax explosion had in the first world war when a ammunition boat and a barge collided in Halifax harbour the remains of one of the boats anchors was embedded into the soil nearly 2miles from the explosion site it flattened the city and killed over 1800 people in the ensuring tsunami most were drowned when the waters rushed back into the harbour. We then headed down the coast to Peggy's ...

Flarkin Bogs!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 20, 2013

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We woke earlier than we would have liked considering we were in such nice, private and quiet accommodation but there was alot to see and do today and we knew we were already going to be arriving into Halifax in the early hours of the evening. So we enjoyed a rushed breakfast in our small kitchenette rather than in the tranquil sun room on the ground floor and then we jumped in the car to visit our first attraction of the day, Irving Nature Park. Irving Nature Park is a 600 acre site along ...

Heading Home

A travel blog entry by jmarleau on Sep 01, 2013

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... never understand why people drag their caravans around Cape Breton. What a bore, not to mention how much of an utter nuisance you are to the thousands of people that try to pass you, park beside you, and see around you. All this so you can bring a coffee table with you. Again, I will never understand. Paula's small SUV, like all modern SUVs, has no business being off road. But it's 18" rims and low ...

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