Oceanside Inn

Address: 181 Berringer Rd., Nova Scotia, B3Z 3T6, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 181 Berringer Rd., Nova Scotia, is near Peggy's Cove Lighthouse and Peggy Of The Cove.
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Travel Blogs from Nova Scotia

Go East - D13

A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 12, 2014

12 photos

... like for like, but Parts Canada had none in stock. Beggars can't be choosers, so Michelins for now.

Got a chance to chat with some of the crew again. All excited to here about how the trip went. Spent some time talking with one of the older fellows, maybe the owner, about the Cabot Trail and how it really stacks up against other roads around the world.

Personally, I think it blows the PCH out of the water. It could well ...

Part 6, final chapter, Farewell to Halifax

A travel blog entry by steve13 on Apr 27, 2014

3 comments, 19 photos

... peppercorns. What a hockey game! Halifax lost the first 2 games at home. At Game 3 in Val d'Or, the Quebec team was up 5-1. Mounting a huge comeback, the Mooseheads managed to tie things, then win in overtime. Game 4 they held on and won 5-4. And last night, in front of a rockin' soldout crowd of 10,800, the battle seemed to the death. Halifax was up 2-0, then Val d'Or scored 3 unanswered goals. With 5 minutes left in ...

A Hidden gem in the North

A travel blog entry by rossport on Oct 06, 2013

2 comments, 77 photos

... up the hill to the top road and as we were walking across the road i spotted all these kids dressed in blue Uniforms and had musical instruments in hand, Stewart asked if they were going to be playing up at the Citadel but they said no we are here to play for the runners that will be coming through, as we had arrived on the day Halifax did their cancer Marathon and all the water tables were being set up, one kid asked where we were from and Stewart said Australia ...

Flarkin Bogs!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 20, 2013

18 photos

... the light began to fade slightly and the air grew a bit cooler. We could hear the warning screeches of the squirrels and occasionally one cheeky fella scurry by, jumping and weaving between fallen logs and piles of fallen leaves. This part of the forest was actually quite bare as there was no ground vegetation. The only dash of colour you would see would be an occssional bunch of bunchberries hanging from the tree. It literally felt like walking through a forest of matchsticks. As ...

Our final stop in the far east (of Canada)

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 16, 2013

122 photos

... We now have a Canadian SIN (equivalent of a National Insurance number), a Canadian bank account and I bought some new trainers! We have been fitting in with the culture as well by saying "ey!" at the end of everything we say! Even if it is not a question!
We make reference to loonies and twoonies as often as we can so people know we are real locals! A loonie is a one dollar coin and I reckon you can figure out what a twoonie is…why I ...

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