White Point Beach Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of them, I think,
'done up' by folks from 'the city' !!
We spend our day visiting the area - find a spot marked 'Barton' but no village to speak of !! (it does, however, have a post office - that's big these days!! )-- enjoyed North Hills Museum a heritage home bought and furnished by an antique dealer from Toronto then left to Nova Scotia - it is beautiful and somehow comfortable at the same ...
Let's finish where we started - New York and back again. I'm at the airport. It's raining. Lots. But no snow so far, and hoping it will remain that way. A bit breezy but not too bad and all ready to go at the moment. I have done a final bit of airport shopping. Including buying some pepperoni pizza crackers. I was intrigued. And they are actually very very tasty!
And Nico is happy. After the disappointment of not going to Central Park Zoo to find a new friend, and having ...
... font-family: 'Times New Roman'; line-height: normal;">Fiddler entertains us at dinner, and is astonished to find out that Sam and Jacob know all the sea shanties he knows. Dinner is a tasty buffet. Place is full of white bunnies (real).
... at the age of 17. He was really good at telling us what you had to do and how you got to come over to Canada and become a Citizen. When we were finished it was still raining so we didn't take a walk along the wharf, we just decided to continue on with our travels. Our next stop was a short one at Peggy's Cove the famous lighthouse on the rocks. There were heaps of people around even with all the rain, it was foggy also so we didn't get the clearest ...
It is hard to believe that it is our final day here in Queens, and that today was our last day to spend time at our work sites and meeting people in the community. It was another day full of great work and relationships. But the last day is always bittersweet as we say our heartfelt goodbyes to new friends, adopted sons and daughters from Kids Club that we have made ours for the week, and prepare to return back home.
And the last day on these trips is also always a day ...