Point of View Suites at Louisbourg Gates
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GOOD LOCATION....SOSO VIEWS.....POOR WIFI SIGNAL...FUN BEGGARS BANQUET....
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Well, today I ended up in Fortress Louisbourg, just outside of Sydney ... yes, that Sydney. The one idiot tourists occasionally fly to see Kangaroos but find it rather too cold ...
Lousibourg is a reconstruction of the biggest French Fortress in the New World - the one whose loss opened up Montreal and Quebec to conquest and the final fall of French Canada.
About 1/3, I believe, of the original site ...
... highways. Can see some towns and industry in the distance, now some homes, farmland, cattle along the single lane highway after passing New Glasgow. Out in nowhere on the right passed Riverside speedway at James River then on the other side of the road we saw a
very sad sight a dead Elk. Jill tried to lead us astray at Antigonish (quite a large town) which we drove through. Passing lots of farmland now can see St. George Bay to the right in ...
... were able to explain the trades and costumes in detail. It was a great history trip for the girls.
as for the weather.The day went back and forth between clouding over and being sunny.
One of the highlights of our day was when they( the actors) shamed a guy for stealing wine. The rein- actors did an amazing job acting out this seen.
On the way back to our campsite the Aspen Chrysler started squealing again. ...
... Very impressive, and very delicious!!!
We left the park around 3:00, and headed into nearby Sydney to buy some groceries. We got back to the cabin and quickly cooked up some tacos. As tired as we were, we really wanted to try and catch some local Cape Breton music, so we headed into Marbou (the town closest to the cabin) to try our luck at the Red Shoe Pub.
Although we didn't end up hearing live music (the band wasn't starting until quite a ...
... and we were given one spoon. It was actually really good. Bob also had a glass of dark ale and I had tea. For dessert we had one bread pudding which we shared. The bill came to about $28. Food sure was expensive in the olden days!
Back home through some more rain. The campground is pretty full with long weekend campers and despite the rainy night there were some big bonfires!