Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Guysborough
... lobster lunch in the hospital cafe for $5.00. I wish he had stayed in a bit longer as the next day was grilled scallops )
Seriously if anyone has heard that in America you have to produce your debit card before they will produce the defibrilater, we have to scotch that right away. We had no insurance and yet the attention was fantastic, even though I was a bit concerned with what the overall bill might be. ...
... the mood, and Jill and I headed down to Murphy's Tavern, a charming pub and restaurant on the harbour, with the Narrows in sight in the distance, as well as many other beautiful harbour views.
A stroll back to the hotel as it grew dark over Halifax ended the second night in this amazing city. It was to be another early start in Nova Scotia's capital, as we headed across the straight to the Island of Cape Breton, where more Maritimes delights ...
... mates; David and Joanna and Donny and Barbara. As a memento, I gave each of the ladies a kumihimo bracelet I’d braided during the cruise. :-) We also left them our calling cards and we promised to keep in touch.
The entertainment this evening was hilarious; it was the Balmoral Crew Show and featured crew from the housekeeping department, purser’s office, restaurant staff, deck hands and guys from the engine room. There was quite a lot of talent among ...
... flying to Vancouver to live with Ate Mag for a bit while I finish the next round of my training toward my Weapons Engineering Technician trade.
Farewell to Nova Scotia, the sea-bound coast.... et cetera, et cetera. 5 months here have gone by too fast. I'm looking forward to starting fresh on the west coast but my heart will always belong to Nova Scotia. Friends, family, lobster, you will all be ...
... Lobster dinner. The small shack/restaurant on the harbor didn't disapoint and we feasted on repeated orders of crab and lobster until the waitress started giving us looks as if we were savages.
We found a spot for the night and in the morning filled up on groceries Sydney before making our way to the Cabot Trail. Contrary to its name, the trail is actually a driving route which winds its way around the rolling highlands of Cape Bretton encompassing ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking