Vaughan Lake Bed & Breakfast

RR#1, Box 88, Nova Scotia, Canada | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Nova Scotia

4th of July

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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... Dorthey Collard walked over the wharf to check out a boat that had just arrived with a load of lobsters and scallops. If you are not familiar with scallops, they are the muscle that is inside a large clam-like shell. Interestingly, scallops do not bury themselves in the sand or mud like clams or mussels, but propelling themselves through the water by sucking water in and forcing it out of the ...

Digby

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

27

... Fundy Restaurant for a bite. This is a complex of restaurants and bars mixed into one. Since we took the Mollys (our dogs) with us on the drive, we selected the lower outdoor bar and grill so they could be with us and not left in the car. Shirley ordered fish and chips, and I ordered their fish burger. They served Shirley two very large pieces of nicely battered haddock, and I was served a very nice piece ...

Grand Pre' and Graveyard Tour

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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... funeral procession as a gift from the host.Melanson talks about the people who are buried there, intertwined with stories of Annapolis Royal and the soldiers garrisoned at the fort. He explains the symbols and art on the tombstones, the variety and significance of the stones and the artists who carved them, mixed with funny stories that bring the graveyard alive. Will worth going out on a cool windy night.

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Rivers, Churches and Stanley Lobster

A travel blog entry by amybrazier

7

... to the atmosphere.

Stanley Lobster was next on the destination list. It is a place where you can choose your own lobster from the tank and then have it cooked for you. Although it wasn't opened when we visited I did get to meet Ernie who is quite the character and owner of Stanley Lobster. There is a cute shack on the beach to eat the lobster and a seat which I have named the 'Sea Throne'.

We also went and checked out the Yarmouth Lighthouse and it's ...

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

A travel blog entry by walters2012

4

... at a campground next to the water with wonderful views of a little bay, a small island and a lighthouse and there was perfect peace. I took a cup of tea and just watched with the added bonus of a glorious heart-stopping sunset thrown in– the Maritimes were definitely a place for me – well, at this time of year anyway, not sure about Winter! As we moved along the coast, we spotted the memorial for Swissair 111, an Aircraft that crashed into the ...

Location

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