Robie's End

Address: 836 Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 3C1, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the South End area of Halifax, is near Halifax Public Gardens, Pier 21, Point Pleasant Park, and Dalhousie University.
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    Day 35 Halifax Nova Scotia Thursday Sept 18

    A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 18, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... Gardens which were very pretty and the cemetery where some of the Titanic victims are resting, others were buried at sea.We were told that when the crew became aware that the Titanic was sinking they locked off the lesser class passengers exits so that they could not compete for places on the life boats which as it eventuated were reserved for the women and children ,that may or may not be ...

    I don't hootie tootie anymore

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 12, 2014

    38 photos

    ... and local crafts and souvenirs etc., and Pier 21 which is the Canadian version of Ellis Island where all the millions of immigrants were 'processed', we joined the queue for the horse drawn tour. Could we buy tickets? No, nowhere. The people already on had bought them online or on the ship. Hmmn. I asked the driver how much it would be, but he didn't seem to know, and said the guy who ran the operation would be there shortly, as he was just collecting a couple from the ship. It stank ...


    A travel blog entry by barbo on Sep 02, 2014

    26 photos

    ... Jewish, those wearing crosses would be buried Catholic and everyone else, protestant. A very sobering visit. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic here has the largest collection of Titanic artifacts including the only surviving deck chair. We then drove to the Old Town clock and Halifax Citadel which is a 19th century fort built by the British with ditches, ramparts and barracks etc An excellent day in ...

    Halifax Citadel

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jun 30, 2014

    36 photos

    ... for and the firing of the "noon gun". This tradition has occurred every day, except Christmas day each year, since 1856.

    Tomorrow, we will spend the day in Halifax celebrating Canada Day by watching the parade, and will attend the 35th Annual Tattoo. A Tattoo originally was a bugle or drum call that tells soldiers to return to their quarters in the evening, but has evolved into a military display, often with a variety of items, performed as an ...

    A Nice Trap

    A travel blog entry by sparsel on Jun 25, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of time. The menu was overpriced and they definitely catered to tourist, they even had lobster mac ’n’ cheese which is not a normal menu item here. We ended up getting lobster bisque and shared it on the road home, it was not very tasty and we felt ripped off. I would have wanted to try the McLobster instead.
    We drove back to Halifax and returned our rental climbing shoes and went grocery shopping for our trip to Cape ...