Antigonish Evergreen Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Antigonish
... cook as we were waiting to get into the restaurant. Great guy, Mr. Jess Kerr (pronounced Carr)
The food lived up to all the reviews we read. Wayne had to have the salmon that we watched cooking to perfection! I just had to have the lobster. Yum!! May not have been the best I ever had. KIDDING! It was clearly the best I have ever had in my life to date! A family run restaurant with excellent service provided to ...
... neighbours beside us and asked for some local knowledge and he so graciously asked Greg if he wanted to go lobster fishing with him in the morning. Of course Greg politely declined as he would have to get up at 3 am, hahaha. Ordered a pizza delicious !!
Laundry writing the blog and contemplating tomorrow's adventures and moving ever closer to the 10th province --we are taking the ferry over on Monday July 6th. Happy trails to all !!
... harbour communities, rolling mountains and everywhere the green of pine and spruce trees. I highly recommend this ride to everyone. After leaving the Cabot Trail, I rode south to Canso Causeway and sadly left Cape Breton Island. I stayed overnight on the outskirts of Antigonish.
Next Destination: The city of Halifax, capital of Nova Scotia, and riding along the Atlantic coastline to get there.
Today we picked up a new car seat for Mila. The kind with about 17 straps, so we cold potentially launch her into space. I also landed a Post Office box at the post office in town, so now we'll have an address in Antigonish no matter where we are living. We're still at Riley Hall for the week, and we have no clue where we'll be in August. September is when we move into our lovely beach-side cottage.
So after Mila went to bed, I decided to take ...
... a car booster seat for Mila at Canadian tire. Then, we went back to the bank, but needed to wait for an appointment. I then had coffee with Mila at Dreamcatchers’, while Justin sorted out car insurance for the soon-to-be-bought car. Mila ordered some apple juice; the owner of the place, Mike, introduced himself to her, and was excited when I told him I was a professor at StFX. Mila and I then shared a breakfast ...