Rodd Grand Yarmouth

417 Main Street, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, B5A 4B2, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Back in the USSA. Day 882.

A travel blog entry by bri74

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... to St Andrews. We were heading there to meet a friend of Tammy's and pick some thing up that she sent down for Michelle.
Heidi and Morris the friendly cat invited us in for a brew. Heidi, like most Canadians is obsessed by the weather so the weather channel was on 24/7 in her kitchen. That's OK by us as we live by the weather at the moment. Always needing to know which direction to go to dodge the nasty stuff and always needing ...

Toot Toot goes the fog horn

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work

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... a campsite in the town of Arcadia. This campsite has a pool and some other luxueries that we have taken advantage of. It has been a lazy afternoon by the pool with our books and now some blogging in the "barn" which is used for a games room and sitting area. Time to recharge our batteries and continue to relax.  Time now to finish off this entry and head to camp to cook up some dinner. Pictures will be added to this entry at a later date.  Bye for ...

Coastal drive to Cape Forchu

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

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On the way to Cape Forchu we make stops at lighthouses: Point Prim, Gilbert's Cove and Cape St. Mary. Cape Forchu is a very scenic area, too bad bad the skies were still overcast. After Cape Forchu we head to our hotel in Shelburne with a stop first at Bacarro Point ...

Frenchy's Abound & Fundy Express

A travel blog entry by homeport

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... watch the knives being made. They cap a wooded wheel with walrus hide to buff the steel. The hide was so thick and a strip can last them up to 10 years. They were granted permission by the government to get 2 hides because the walrus is an endangered species...something I didn't know. We also learned there are left handed and right handed cerrated knives! Who'd have thought?! There was an amazing collection of knives and of course we left with a Grohmann's Chef knife. We are ...

Scenic drive along the south coast of Nova Scotia

A travel blog entry by dabrander

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Epic Road Tip Day 11 – August 30, 2010

Kilometers Driven: 430
Lighthouses Spotted: 4
Dead Porcupines: 2

The plan today was to hit Peggy's Cove in the morning and then head along the southern coast and see what there was to see. Peggy’s Cove is considered the most photographed spot in Canada. It is a picturesque lighthouse perched precariously on giant boulders. We were able to snap off a few cool shots, and then headed on our way. There ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 417 Main Street, Yarmouth, is near Cape Forchu Lighthouse, Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia, W. Laurence Sweeney Fisheries Museum, and Tusket River.
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