Smugglers Cove Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... blizzard blew in that evening and left 16 inches of snow which made it impossible to save those trapped in the wreckage. The basement of the school became a morgue and the entire city along with the Red Cross representatives Vincent Coleman have his life to summon try to save what they can. Doctors and nurses flock to aide those they can and set up temporary hospitals and the State of Massachusetts gives more money than anyone so that temporary housing can ...
... fishing harbors in the area such as Lunenburg , Halifax, etc. Lunenburg lost the first race, but with the backing of locals (money, and energy), they constructed the Bluenose I in three months (never done before) since she had to have a fishing season under her, that is, be a working ship, before she could enter the race. She was entered in the next race and never lost as long as the races were held. The original Bluenose I eventually ...
... Magnificent views of all the inlets as we wind around the coastline to Blue Rocks a scenic little fishing village, very picturesque and quaint the “Peggy’s Cove of Lunenburg” stopped to look at a little boat shed in the middle of one inlet. At Blue Rocks there is a tiny protected fishing harbour
the coast is very rocky (blue) lots of submerged and partly showing rocks from the shoreline with many little forest island ...
... my window, reminding me the day has already begun and I must get out into it!!! The stroll down Mahone Bay's Main Street took us 2 hours but enjoyable and worth the time. Houses here are impossibly cute. En route to Peggy's Cove we came across a memorial to Swiss Air 111. Sad. Eerily quiet and misty. Peggy's Cove. It's beauty is both it's incredible God given blessing and its curse. Tourists cover it's stony base like ants on sugar in a frenzy that obscures and sullies ...
... to see. It’s one of the most visited places in Nova Scotia, with its beautiful lighthouse and picturesque harbour. In fact, it’s easily the busiest place we’ve been to on this trip so far. There are only a few residential houses in the village, with most of the houses being converted to gift shops and artist studios. It’s hard to imagine living here. All summer long the streets must be full of tourists and ...