Sidney Pier Hotel And Spa
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... including a store keeper who sang Celtic jigs and reels for us!
We took a small ferry (maybe six cars, max) across one of the many inlets from the sea to reach our next stop, the Alexander Graham Bell museum, which was much more interesting than I expected! First of all, I assumed that he was an American! Nope. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1847. Second, I learned that he was teacher for ...
... scary road!! In hindsight we should have camped in the National Park, this would have allowed us to take our time exploring and do some hiking too. We were expecting magnificent scenery for the majority of the route, but are sorry to say we didn't feel it lived up to all the hype!! Maybe we are so lucky to have travelled many miles on many scenic routes or maybe it's that beauty is in the eye of the beholder!! That said - parts of the route do deliver and ...
... had last call for orders right as we were seated so the the timing could not have been more perfect. We noticed the lobster dinner was out of our price range, but the waitress told us that it was for two and a half pound of lobster and we decided it was actually a reasonable price. I ordered the lobster ravioli which was delicious and Sean got the fresh lobster. ...
Up to catch a 7:40am shuttle to the airport for my 10:55am flight. It was a long day what with the 6 hour time change. From the time I got up in the morning till I was tucked in my own bed was 25 hours. Very tired, but it was worth the long travel day.
Sue stayed on for another week to visits friends and her Turkish family.
It was a wonderful ...
... lovely buildings and a crime rate to be envied around 1%. We had a morning coach tour around the city and up to Montmerency Falls. The guide was very interesting and we had a very enjoyable morning. I spent some time in the late afternoon having a manicure in the spa onboard. Saguenay - sailed up the Saguenay River to the port of Baie. We had nothing formally planned today, but we enjoyed a stroll for an hour and a half through the lovely little town, ...
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