The Garden South Park Inn
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... but they seem to be looking at the same things. One minute there are 50 people in a place and the next their are none. We stopped at Lunenburg at about 5:00 and looked around this lovely UNESCO world heritage site. It one of the oldest and most well preserved towns planned by the King of England in the 1700's. His plan was to have all the cities built on the grid system. This didn't take into ...
... the tourist map, the public gardens were a must. The early settlers laid out about 17 square acres of pure Victorian gardens which have been kept up to this day. One could hein Chelmsford, or Harrogate, or Bath..... bandstands, little wooden bridges over small lakes with water features made from stylised cast iron dolphins spouting water; mallards drifting past in awkward threesomes, flowerbeds heavy with organised planting and ornate lead planters dripping with fuchsias. It was ...
... packed into the boat like sardines but the crew explained that we all had 3 hooks per rod and they all had lures on them (or whatever you call the feathers that bob in the water and look like injured fish). We also had explained to us that we were looking for schools of fish so that we could all hope to catch something. We went from one spot to another and most of the boat caught something. I am very pleased to announce that I caught about 10 fish!! (I ...
... Halifax was claimed by the British in 1497 by John Cabot...before that was a combined Portuguese, French and Scottish Nova Scotia has a population of 1 million (Canada 36M) and has 6,000 miles of coastline with many blind harbours...used by the rum runners to hide from US boats! It was formal night and Fred got dressed and then felt very sick. We went to bar but then I brought him home. Stan checked him out and we all think it was over tired as well as sea sickness....pretty rough ...
... on the aft deck trying to free the
line. Growing up in coastal New England I’ve always heard the warnings of never
messing with another fisherman’s pots, that if you did you’d be sure to find
yourself staring into the dead eyes of it’s owner before you could escape with
your stolen treasure. I never really seemed to believe how this was possible in
such a vast stretch of ocean but sure enough after no more than five ...