Silver Dart Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Dart Lodge Baddeck
A great vie and an excellent restaurant.
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... 17.920000076293945px;">Total Kms: 163
Weather: it rained overnight, but by 10.00 we had blue skies with few clouds. Temperatures were between 16 and 19 degrees, really beautiful riding weather.
Mike and I decided to have an easy day and rode from North Sydney to Baddeck, Nova Scotia where the Alexander Graham Bell Historic Site and Museum are located. It was less than an hour ...
... ready to embark on exploration of Halifax, Lunenburg, Peggy's Cove. We arrived last night and stayed at a motel that people we met recommended. What a dive -- I can't imagine why they would recommend it. But today worked out perfectly -- we have a much better hotel, had lunch at the famous 'Johns Lunch' which was absolutely fantastic!
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Mainly overcast day, day, no rain until the last 27 km, but it was just sprinkles.
Hotel is two blocks from the ferry, which is HUGE! We saw it when we can around the corner at the bay. This will be an interesting ferry ride!
Rode 489 miles today. The fast riding days are behind us now. The rest of the riding will be fun stuff, as long as the tropical storm/hurricane doesn't come this far north!
... the earlier machines. On February 23, 1909, Bell was present as the Silver Dart flown by J.A.D. McCurdy from the frozen ice of Bras d'Or, made the first aircraft flight in Canada. Bell had worried that the flight was too dangerous and had arranged for a doctor to be on hand. With the successful flight, the AEA disbanded and the Silver Dart would revert to Baldwin and McCurdy who began the Canadian Aerodrome Company and would later demonstrate the aircraft to the Canadian Army. We ...
... and have a look around. Looks like we are still in the outer area of Sydney passed the University and Airport on the right of me.
Houses all along the highway to Reserve Mines there were once a lot of coal and dolimite mines on the Island but not anymore. Finally made it to Glace Bay looks like another fishing, coal mining town parked at the wharf asked a couple of people where the attractions were they laught and told us to go to Louisbourg. ...