Vaughan Lake Bed & Breakfast

RR#1, Box 88, Nova Scotia, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nova Scotia

Crossing The Bay of Fundy Day 1 of 2

A travel blog entry by jmarleau


... extra large shipped to me. The two way shipping cost almost equals the price of the jacket. I broke the cardinal rule that clearly states: "never buy anything online that you have not tried on". I was swayed by Revzilla's no hassle return policy, that does not apply to Canadians. My loss. My lesson. I will never buy from this company again without trying something on first. My plan to leave today was halted by massive amounts of rain. They changed the forecast this morning. Total ...

Brier Island here we come

A travel blog entry by lilmont


Both of us slept well last night no clock watching for me maybe once Richards man flu is getting a little bit better I have bruised the ball of my right heel. Old age is creeping on for us I think our bodies are getting tired and need a good rest in Halifax before we come home or get on the plane.

The sun is out and looks like we will have a good day driving round Long Island have to catch two ferries one to Long Island then to ...

Raining non eventful day in Digby

A travel blog entry by lilmont


... the St Bernard Church a beautiful big grey stone church built in the early 1900's little village with small homes and shops not much else rocky shoreline and marshland. Next stop is Belliveau Cove small fishing harbour with little lighthouse at the entrance (tides out) another pretty little village.

As we go along all the little villages merge into one another with views of quaint little homes, marshland with small lakes along the St ...

On the road to Digby

A travel blog entry by lilmont


... Nice to be in a peaceful rural area for a change and hopefully this is the end of bumpy roads. The main roads to Hwy 101 have been resurfaced we are driving on the higher section looking for the last time at the panoramic views of the surrounding areas of Wolfville to the Minas Basin.

Fog is hanging over parts of the surrounding area now we are Hwy 101W with views of the rich autumn colours of the Acadian forest. Passed ...

WHAT AN ISLAND!!!! (& another Anniversary)

A travel blog entry by walters2012


... called Lunenburg. We were on the top of a hill and the views were stunning. The Town was at the bottom of a very steep hill and there is a working harbour. The houses are a variety of colours making this a unique sight. This was Nova Scotia – wonderful scenery, beautiful towns and villages, fishing, 'people less’ beaches backed with forests, wild flowers and bumpy roads! We walked and looked and soaked it all in – this was great. Not that ...


This hotel, located on RR#1, Box 88, Nova Scotia, is near Gilbert's Cove Lighthouse.
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