Vaughan Lake Bed & Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Nova Scotia
... and have tall pointed steeples. The topography and vegetation changed quite rapidly as soon as we entered Canada, the type of evergreens becoming much more limited, and the roads very wide. They have a lot of space in this country!
We both fell asleep in the car waiting for the ferry to Nova Scotia, a three hour voyage that arrived at 2 am. Luckily our motel was only two minutes from the terminal, so we were in bed very quickly indeed. ...
... 4500 homes. Present day Annapolis Royal was an interesting town and included the remains of old English Fort Ann and some beautiful historic gardens. The Annapolis valley is between North Mountain on the west and South Mountain on the east. The valley is well sheltered and agricultural. We proceeded on to Digby which the largest scallop fishing fleet calls home. The ...
The PEI Potato Museum in O'Leary was very informative. We now know more about potatoes than we probably need to know and even bought an all potato cookbook. From O'Leary we drove through Summerside - the major potato shipping port. PEI is home to both Cavendish Farms and McCains and ships potatoes worldwide. After trying Cows Ice Cream which was wonderful (we had missed the factory tour), we crossed over the Confederation Bridge back to New Brunswick ...
... the tourist season, but no one is touring around yet. So we pretty much have had everything to OURSELVES here in the atlantic part of canada. We tried and tried to get the two of us on that bench, but while Leanne is blessed with BEAUTY and brains, God was a little stingy with the SPEED.
... to ConneXions to get the tickets to the sky show at 1:30 p.m. I head to the planetarium to wait for the lecture. Again I’m feeling queasy and my stomach burns, so the peppermint tea I grab at ConneXions is a good idea. Allen shows up with more ginger. The combination of the peppermint tea and the ginger settles me, and my stomach stops burning. The lecture today is Matt MacFayden and he’s going to engage the ...
Other places to stay in Nova Scotia
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $170
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $168
- Great hotel experience.
- Very elegant hotel
- Loved the Westin
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $189
- Location Location - Best in Halifax
- Ok, but over rated!.
- Absolutely Horrible
West End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $112
- Not so clean, bad management. Stay away!
- Very Nice Hotel but Out of the Way
- Stay Away !!
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $194
- Great place to stay
- Tailored to my Needs
- Not what it's cracked up to be
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Wonderful hotel
- Nice but a bit worn
- Wonderful find!
Dartmouth Centre, Dartmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $142
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $141
- Best Hotel I have stayed at....
- Stellar Hotel
- Excellent Hotel
Albro Lake, Dartmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $99
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $160
- Surprisingly good service
- Great stay
- Great place
240 Brownlow Avenue, Dartmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $143
437 Prince Street, Truro | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Armdale, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $111
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $99
- Fantastic stay at the Cambridge Suites
- Great stay
- Great place!
200 Pratt & Whitney Dr, Enfield | 3 star hotelfrom $155
75 White Point Beach Road, Queens County | 2 star hotelfrom $184
15 Spectacle Lake Drive, Dartmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $152
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $153
- Nice Hotel, great location
- Really wonderful!!
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $157
Clayton Park West, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $113
Rockingham, Halifax | 2 star hotelfrom $130
Clayton Park West, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $109
417 Main Street, Yarmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $93
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $182
- Great Hotel! Great Breakfast!
- Favorite place to to stay in Halifax
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Dartmouth Centre, Dartmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $87