Spanish Bay Inn - Premiere Executive Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I am headed off to Turkey with friends Janet and Ron Dawson, Sue Willingham (Janet's mom and our leader) and Diane and John Sweetman from Seattle. This will be a five week adventure. The first three weeks we will stay along the west coast of Turkey with a focus on textiles ...
... in Sydney’s coal mines. After Sydney was officially founded in 1785, fifty thousand Scottish Immigrants arrived in the area between the late 17th and early 18th centuries. More Gaelic is spoken in Nova Scotia than in Scotland. By the early 20th Century, Sydney became home to one of the world’s largest steel Plants, fed by the numerous coal mines in the area. Today Cape Breton boasts a rugged shoreline, rolling ...
... lovely couple from Yorkshire in England and we invited them to join us on our tour. The tour was just great, and Billy was amazing, as it happens he is the president of the tour guides association on the island, his knowledge was phenomenal. We had a great day, the island surpassed all our expectations. We went the the Anne of Green Gables site and walked through the house and barn, the gardens were a picture. Elaine and I wore the obligatory straw hats with red ...
... dock from a kilted Scot and a browse through the lovely crafts and shops in the terminal, we set of to walk "the old sydney walk" through the older part of town. Very pretty homes and gardens, and I visited a the 300 yo Jost Heritage House museum. It was once the home of a prominent merchant, and the building shows the evolution of this wooden house over 2 centuries. Conducted tour and well set up all for ...
... of his mechanics would come in and throw on my tire, he took me out in the parking lot and introduced me to Jim. At that point, only some random guy kicking tires, no pun intended, in a dealer lot. We exchanged phone numbers, Jim gave me his address and told me he would change my tire tomorrow early morning as he's up anyway. That's it. Weird.... While all this was going on, I talked to all sorts of people out in the parking lot. One of them was Doug, a fella ...