Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Center

Address: 2884 Number 7 Highway, Guysborough, Nova Scotia, B0J 2A0, Canada | 2 star resort
 
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This 2 star resort, located on 2884 Number 7 Highway, Guysborough, is near Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Alderney Landing, Old Town Clock, and Quaker House.
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    Travel Blogs from Guysborough

    If it's Thursday I must be in Peggy's Cove

    A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Jun 11, 2015

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    ... 1) Trying a South Shore specialty, Solomon Gundy, as an appie at the restaurant at Peggys Cove and following that with my first lobster roll of this trip. I had never heard of Solomon Gundy before and it is fabulous! Here is an explanation of it that I found on line. http://www.merseypointfish.ca/index.php /about/a_bit_of_history/nova_scotian_so lomon_gundy/   2) Reminiscing by email with Gillian about the time ...

    Canadian Lecture Series

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... her purple fur hat bobbing excitedly, and she asked if I could send them to her. I asked if she had email. No, she didn't, she informed me sadly, then her face brightened and she darted to the stall opposite. She asked one of the men standing there if he would give me his email to send the pictures to, so that he could then somehow get them processed for her, whether printed or saved to disc. Reluctantly he agreed and gave me a business card. Later he came over to me as I ...

    Unaccounted For

    A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 27, 2014

    ... gazing at the hypnotic motion of the waves, gazing homewards, into my self and where I came from, a sudden thought entered my head. Here I was at the edge of this vast, incomprehensible, merciless ocean and almost no one in the whole world knew where I was in that moment of time. In fact, only my dorm mate knew I had gone running in the Park specifically. One person! One person could account for my whereabouts on earth, a stranger who barely knew me and would barely think of ...

    Halifax, N.S.

    A travel blog entry by maghnusa on Oct 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... earth. They would be processed here and, if all okay would then travel on the same ships (Metagama-McManus and Ardania-Logue) on to Quebec City. If they would have arrived at Pier 21 in the winter, they would have traveled by train from Halifax as the St Lawrence River would have been frozen over. This was the reason that all immigrants were processed in Halifax. Pier 21 will partially close at the end of this year as it is simply to small ...

    Halifax, Hailstones, but no Halibut Bones!

    A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Aug 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... clouds filled in and almost blocked out the view of the iconic Lighthouse. Welcome to Nova Scotia. The fickle weather seemed to change minute to minute. Peggy’s Cove appears to have stopped in time. The photogenic fishing boats, crab trapping paraphernalia, small harbor, pier, sheds, and colorful cottages are a visual treat. This unique environment has been designated ...