Spanish Bay Inn - Premiere Executive Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the way it was glorious! Go figure we ran into people from Thunder Bay and Manitoba while there! The best part about the beach was that we were one of the first people there and by the time we left in the late afternoon, it still wasn't terribly busy. Back home the public beaches are so packed that this really was a special treat! We drove as a group to the 'big city' of Sydney today for dinner. My parents really wanted to share a place they found called the Governors ...
As impressive as the scenery was at Meat Cove, it did not make for a good night sleep. A storm rolled through wiping my tent with wind. A few times I was worried the bike might get tipped over or my tent picked up and flung through the air.
After packing up camp and getting on my way, I negotiated the top section of the Cabot Trail in the rain. Not thing super hard, but enough to keep the road wet. ...
... was a pleasant way to pass a couple of hours on very cold and nasty day. Following a couple of small purchases including wildflowers from the area, I rejoined Bruce on board.
Patti and Alan soon arrived and we played Hand and Foot. Right now, the guys are the champs. The four of us had massages and facials, so decadent, before dressing for a late dinner.
We had a nice dinner and made plans to sleep in on the 28th since it will be a sea ...
... an experience – very tasty though and not that hard to get the flesh out when you know how.
Kept moving around the Louisbourg Harbour (which doesn’t freeze over in winter) gradually rising higher up to a quaint lighthouse with views – took a walk around a cliff top walk along a pine forest track- a bug ...
... view of Boulanderie Island, Seal Island Bridge, Kelly’s Mountain and St Ann’s Bay. This area forms part of the Cabot Trail and is one place we wished we had more time to see.
Afterwards we were able to fit in a short walking tour of Old Sydney.The port is home to the world’s largest fiddle. Fiddle music was first brought to the area by Scottish immigrants more than 200 years ago.
Tonight the Chefs put on a ...