Spanish Bay Inn - Premiere Executive Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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While many early settlers came from England, France and other countries, the Scots influence is the strongest, due to the resemblance to the Scottish Highlands. Gaelic is still widely spoken, and road signs are in English and Gaelic. Music is an important part of the life of the residents, and the musicians weaned on Scottish jigs and reels are among the finest. We saw the Rankin Brothers show in Branson, MO ...
... with hearing impairments. It was from this skill in working with sound that ultimately helped with the invention of the telephone. He also made a kite that could lift a person off the ground. His “Silver Dart” airplane made the first powered flight in Canada and its developers eventually were the pioneers in Canadian aviation. His Hydrofoil boat became a world speed record holder for many years. Even later models never ...
... seasons on sale for 1/3 the regular cost! Talk about win! Mark also got a sweater jacket, so he wasn't left out. The drive was pretty uneventful and my mom and I read most of the way. I did nap a bit, but come on! It was a warm car and two o'clock in the afternoon! Who wouldn't? Lol! We stopped for dinner at a little Italian restaurant in Sydney called Amadeo's and the chef was sweet enough to make me a ...
... walked the short boardwalk at Green Cove out onto the large rocks on the waters edge. We drove down a 6.5km gravel road to the Mary Ann Falls which were quiet nice. Then we carried on to South Ingonish where we found a nice river so we could cool down in the fresh water. It was a locals hangout so was nice to be able to share with them. After we were well cooled down we made our way on ...
... two extremely well restored and an amazing display of life in the late 1700's and 1800's. The area developed into a very large coal supplier, later when the ships stopped using coal for fuel many jobs were lost and then in later days it developed into a world leader in steel production and in 1904 Sydney became a city. Sydney here and at home were both named after the British Home Society Thomas ...