Sidney Pier Hotel And Spa
TripAdvisor Reviews Sidney Pier Hotel And Spa Sydney
Travel Blogs from Sydney
Sydney Nova Scotia and a greyish morning that turned warm and sunny. The ship is moored alongside the old town so we walked around and visited St Patrick's Church which is now a museum, the the Jost House which is an old merchants house laid out as a museum. The people there were really friendly , dressed in period costume they showed us around from the cellars where the servants slept and worked to the upper rooms one of which was set out as an apothecaries. In the bedroom there was ...
... mostly about a hundred years or more in age, they were mostly large painted wooden homes that were well maintained but not extravagant. The first of the three churches that we would see this day was St. Patrick’s which had been converted from a church to a museum. It was a large stone clad wooden structure with a small church cemetery on the rear of the property. The interior of the church was similar to the First Unitarian Church on the edge of St. ...
... lunched at Carrs seafood restaurant which was pretty good. All in all a really good day, bright sunshine perfect for touring. Incidentally the weather has been around 10 degrees C, today it is 8 degrees C in Sydney. We are the current trivia champions at the moment in the daily Silversea comp, we have won the last 3 days. We are also in the leading trivia team on board, which meets every afternoon for a very entertaining hour with cruise director Fernando - a real ...
Today we journeyed to the picturesque resort village of Baddeck, situated on the shores of the beautiful Bras d’Or Lakes in the heart of Cape Breton Island. The island is part of Nova Scotia(New Scotland).
Alexander Graham Bell spent the last 37 years of his life on this inlet. Whilst best known for the invention of the telephone, he also made remarkable contributions to the fields of medicine, genetics, electricity, sound, speech, aeronautics ...
... hut. Typically the Scotch were renting the land and the hut from a British landlord and not able produce enough to pay the rent. The British land owner would take every thing they owned to satisfy the rents. It was a very difficult life. They heard there was free land in Nova Scotia, got passage any way they could, to start a new life.
The museum has examples of the ...
Other places to stay in Sydney
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $136
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $123
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $114
Sydney, Sydney | 1 star hotelfrom $116
Sydney, Sydney | Hotelfrom $116
Balls Creek, Sydney | Hotelfrom $54