Customs House Inn
Travel Blogs from Pictou
... to all be there at the sametime so that we might influence the operations folks to get us out of the parking lot and on the ferries as fast as possible.
That evening Shirley attended a Scottish Ceilidh. I developed some sort of a rash that itched and had some fever so I did not go. She and others said that the music and dancing were excellent.
... and islands are visible along the entire length, and vendors and restaurants, both large and small, are scattered along the walkway. The last of the WWII convoy escort corvettes sits in the harbor and many historic buildings remain. Also located here are the Maritime Museum and Pier 21, the gateway into Canada for one million immigrants.
We worked up an appetite with all our walking and were ...
... Some statistics:
We travelled 12,622 km in StarII
We travelled an additional 4,308 km in our Fiesta
We also travelled 4,029 sea miles during the Mexico segment of our cruise and 9,292 km on the Hawaiian segment.
In the US:
Our least expensive gas was in Albuquerque, NM and in Oklahoma City, OK $2.96 per gallon.
Our most expensive gas was in Houlton, ME $3.82 per gallon.
... start was a short movie about the period followed by a trip underground (80 feet) with a very good guide who actually worked the mines.
See the pics below and you'll see we had to do someatelyn stooping to get through the passages.
Today I headed to the Cabot trail and had an excellent ride around the trail with only a car or two in front of me for a very short period of time. The weather has been good with a ...
... back on the last couple of days, I can see God's hand all over it. My greatest fear for this trip was that we would end up without a place to stay, and we did. God had promised that it would be okay, and it was. It actually turned into a comical incident that we will always remember. The very next day I get to see two baby moose, Then we find this amazing hotel at a great price and we get to experience a tidal bore and see a loon. Now I am ...