Mariner King Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... life as a fishing schooner & winner of the last Trophy Race in 1938 the Bluenose was put up for sale 1942. Despite efforts to have her remain in Canada she was sold to to the West Indian Trading Company & sadly she hit a reef & sank off Haiti in 1946.
Bluenose II was built by Olands Brewery in 1961 for $300,000 to promote their new "Schooner Beer". In 1971 she was sold to the Nova ...
... know how to get to that destination they will give you wrong directions or something like that. Fortunately Monica has a pretty good sense of direction and gets us to where we need to go.
I remember when I was eighteen - I had finished high school and took a year off to play junior hockey in Buffalo. When the season ended in early April I came home and took a job in construction. After a couple of months, I got laid off and thought I ...
... the movies or on a TV show it's cheap and only for two nights. Booked in and had trouble with the WIFI had to go to the Owners home (office) to login and get a good reception but at the unit it is very poor. Unpacked then had our lunch and little rest before going to Peggy's Cove it was only 2.00pm and just 1.5kms down the road. The fridge is tiny and I had to put our blocks in the Owners freezer lucky we don't have much veggies left had to ...
... and getting more food. Jill was being nice and knew where Blue Rocks was, so onto Hwy 332 passing salt marshes round the bay of Lunenburg Harbour with views virtually the same as yesterday beautiful homes on both sides of the road, Acadian forest of the nearly finished autumn sugar maple and spruce trees. The roads here are in need of repair lots of patched pot holes as we drive by the waters edge very close to the rocks and water.
This lovely old place was a home gifted to a daughter from her father for her wedding. The immense size of it makes it difficult to imagine it being a single family dwelling. I suspect there must have been many servants. This idea was reinforced as we were shown to our room. We are on the third floor and to ascend to it we used a back staircase, very narrow. It took no imagination whatsoever to envision young women in black livery scuttling up and down it doing the bidding ...