Sidney Pier Hotel And Spa
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... a spot to have a tea and a little rest. I am excited and looking forward to going back home to see my lovely girlfriend and my family for the holidays I told the Chinese waiter who had woken me up a minute before to ask me if I wanted more tea or a snack.
I spent my 14-15 hour long flight from Beijing to Vancouver catching up on a few movies, listening to some tunes, and thinking about how much I can't wait to give ...
... are lots of fishing lodges in the Middle River area (very expensive) looked online at staying in this part of the Cabot Trail. Got a surprise a Car Sales yard popped up out of nowhere change from the mountain, river and lake views.
Getting tired of the Acadian forest scenery just passed Hunters Mountain which means the Cabot Trail for us is to end we will be taking Hwy 105 back to the cottage. In the distance we could see the flashing lights ...
Today we were in port in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Arrived in port just before 10 so I had a decent sleep in. Which is good cause I feel a little snuffly. I started my day with a shower and then went to deck 11 to have some crapes for breakfast by the pool and listen to the fiddle music. Feeling like I now needed more then 2 crapes to sustain for more the day I went inside and had a bowl of fruit salad, cooked veggies and 2 turkey sausages. ...
... cereal and ended up having good company for a while. I did get out in the afternoon to see the town. I knew this was not going to be earth-shattering when the reception at the motel informed me that really the only attraction is a giant 'fiddle' on the waterfront. I did go see it, what else was I going to do? Once there, I met a policeman on a motorcycle. I made a typical mistake by thinking the Harley he was on was old, but they make the replicas so authentic, ...
... married an African prince so I thought that would be a good place to look. A little research of the CBC archive revealed that a Tuarget chief from Mali married a woman from Cape Breton. She had operated a hotel in Timbuktu, that is , until a religious war drove them out. They are now living in Whycocomagh while they await a response on the chief's claim for refugee status.
Could this be the man Steve met?
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