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... entering their country is here for. Question after
question is all it is and as I am travelling alone it may make it even more
Finally out of customs, I collect my luggage and head out into the main
airport area. Its here I am expecting to be picked up and taken to my hotel in
down town Halifax.
I wander around looking at the signs people are holding and then ask at the
taxi office if they know this firm who are collecting me but all is ...
... their roots to the west of the Pennines! After dinner we had a walk around the decks and were completely alone except for an isolated smoker huddled in a corner cupping his fag against the sea breeze. The moon was nearly a full moon and cast a lovely white sheen across the ocean thus extending the romantic setting established in East. Overall we had a very enjoyable evening with super food and the walk served to close off a lovely day spent in Halifax. As today is ...
... of serenity, peace, and relaxation.
Halifax is the largest seaport in the Atlantic Maritime Provinces. This well protected natural harbor with the favorable major fishing grounds and shipping lanes made it the successful financial and commercial center of the region.
Not far from Halifax is Peggy's Cove with its lighthouse that was built in 1914 and still in operation today. It's one of the tourist highlights for visitors ...
... port to the wreckage, and so some of the first boats on the scene had come from there. The boats they sent out mostly helped with retrieving the dead bodies and labeling them. They had a really awesome display on the cabins, showing the difference between 1st, 2nd and 3rd class and what they paid for each. The other display was on the 1917 Halifax Explosion. This was the largest man made explosion before the Atomic Bomb!! The boat was ...
... and ended after 5:00 with a short intermission. There were 31 presentations by an assortment of groups that ranged from military bands, pipers, Canadian Mounted Police, gymnasts, choirs, singers, instrumentalists, drum corps, bicyclists, Irish dancers, and slap stick comedians from multiple countries. There was even an obstacle course competition between the Canadian Army and Navy – the Army won, of course! The show ...