Rum Runner Inn

Address: 66 Montague Street, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, B0J 2C0, Canada | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 66 Montague Street, Lunenburg, is near Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Nova Scotia Sailing.
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    Travel Blogs from Lunenburg

    Old Town Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by cathyjanu on Aug 11, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... around on the harbor and looked at all of the sailing ships and some of the old ships. We ate dinner at an old fish factory. We had seafood chowder, home made bread and fresh oysters. John also ate some fish and chips. Then we were talked into a dessert of apple cake with ice cream. It was all excellent.

    Then we took a horse and carriage ride through town and our guide told us the history of the buildings and stories of the town. It was a fun ...

    Off the edge!

    A travel blog entry by nkmorris on May 25, 2015

    16 comments, 25 photos

    ... sleep. On the other hand, comfortable lounge room couches are almost non-existent! If we're sitting, it's usually at the kitchen/dining room table.

    Although we laugh at the idiosyncrasies, we have had some amazing accommodations and expedience aside, it is hard to imagine ever going back to hotels. Thus far, our objective to achieve a degree of self reliance, self cater and engage more ...

    Lovely Lunenburg

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Sep 16, 2014

    23 photos

    ... artifacts & information about the Bluenose. We learnt how a Halifax newspaper man put up the money for the first International Trophy Race in 1920 but the Canadian Schooner lost to the Americans. Having initiated the event, Canadians set to work to build a new schooner. Bluenose was built in 4 months in 1921 for $35,000. She became the pride of Nova Scotia & her image was proudly displayed on the Canadian dime. After a long ...

    Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... well as fantastic views. In Lurenburg we all sailed for the first time aboard "The Eastern Star". Our 2 hour voyage went all too quickly. It was a windy day so we had a great ride. Maybe we will need to sell our kayaks and get a small sailboat for Lake Chatuge. The village of Lurenburg has colorful houses and narrow streets. We were told that at one time local fishermen painted their houses the same color as their boats. Lurenburg was established in 1753 ...

    A Different Breed

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Jul 10, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... they would flash their helmet lamps on and off)

    They appear to be a culture set in routine and opposed to change. Many spend their entire lifetimes never traveling more than a few miles away from home. When Monica and I went to the German restaurant on the outskirts of Sussex, we were amazed later on at how few people who resided in Sussex even knew of its existence. And of course the directions we were given to get there were ...