Quality Inn Mic Mac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... into the sky. The morning we saw her, a gaggle of swabbies made up of local young people learning the ropes (literally) of sailing were busily polishing the decks and being hoisted up the giant poles (Gary and others, I suspect you know the proper term) in the little basket-thing (again, cannot remember the term) and generally having a ball. We got there early enough to get ...
... viewing areas were frequent and the cameras were clicking fast. This side of the island is of French and Gaelic roots and it shows in the homes, signs and such. It is green, rolling hills and farmland. Most of the trail is on the edge of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park but the terrain as well as the culture is different from side to side. Only too soon, we made the turn ...
... cookies. The supermarket was a bit different to the ones back home. Little things, like the fact it was easier to find a counter for cream cheese than it was to find the butter. Big things, like the temerity of the overhead announcements in pushing products and promotions. (Announcers back home generally burst into action in three situations only; when a child is lost, a car needs moved in the carpark, or it is time to close.) But, you know, toothpaste, shampoo, bread, ...
... causeway into Cape Breton we reached Creignish by 11am and were considering paddling further to cut down the next days paddle, but the waves really started to pick up so we had to land. It was another really hot day again, so we hid in the shade again. On Day 11 the waves had not calmed down, so we were beached all day. This meant we would not make it any further as we were getting picked up the next day, but that was okay with us and our kids. we hung out all ...
... who had gone out with the first recovery ship to take up survivors and bodies from the Titanic, and who ended up burying (holding services at sea) many of the bodies at sea because there weren't enough caskets or body bags (or what passed for such in those days - some of the lessons learnt from the Titanic spread, and the idea of bags for the possessions of the dead and bags to hold the bodies was, evidently, one of them ... developed ...