Quality Inn Mic Mac
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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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 ...
... east side which is more Scottish in culture and terrain. Lots of wild seas, fog, broom, scrub and plaid. At Ingonish we stopped at the Main Street Bakery and Café to enjoy scallops and chowder. Scrumptious. More roadside stops to scramble up on rocks and admire the foamy waves on giant rocks and a few visits to the artisans shops and we had completed the circle. A trip through ...
... as the weather was not great on the days of our visit and the weather does play a big part in ones enjoyment of a venue. Anyway Boston scored highly for us as we both perceived it to be a friendly and welcoming place with a keen focus on tourism. The same can be said for Halifax where the boardwalk scored an immediate hit. It may seem unjust to relegate NY to third place but we got off to a poor start in Chinatown and the elusive Little Italy although day 2 ...
... accomplish that..... but it was sooo tasty. How could you go wrong with lobster and top notch ingredients? We picked up some good Belgian bread and Cow butter to go with it and it made for super fine dining. Well, we thought so. It was so much fun trying this out together in such a tiny space with rudimentary tools. Oh by the way, the Dollarama nut crackers we bought for the job were useless. Imagine that, a dollar tool no good for cracking lobsters. Go ...
... and how the people lived used to live there. The fort was built so well that they never had anyone try to attack them. After a few hours it was time to walk downtown to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Our admission was $8.50 each. It was all to do with boat and things that had happened around Halifax. The Titanic of 1912 was relived here as 150 people from the boat were buried in Halifax cemetery's, 40 of them still sit unnamed. Halifax was ...