Robie's End

836 Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 3C1, Canada | B&B
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Family time

A travel blog entry by malbet


... ho ho ho…

Without Bree obviously our travelling has been postponed though we hope to be on the road again in a smaller vehicle, maybe next autumn – heading south – of course :).

We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – wherever you may be. Looking forward to maybe meeting up with some of you on our next travels (on either side of the pond) so, for now,

Cheers from the “staying with family” ...

A Hidden gem in the North

A travel blog entry by rossport


... we could see a demonstration of the rifle that was used in the fort in the early 1800,s. Well let me tell you if any one ever says to move quickly across a piece of ground that is about 500metres wide then tell them to blow it out their ars oops ears especially when you are 1 metre tall and have little legs, any way we got there and the bloke was telling us about how the gun was developed and how the English as usual were slow on the uptake as they still ...

Day 22 - Halifax, Nova Scotia.

A travel blog entry by fis


... in Victoria if needed. Back at the terminal I spent time trying to connect to the wifi, but it was clearly overloaded, there were lots if people sitting around in devices. So I went back to the shops and looked around for gift inspiration. I eventually got online, I called the bank and did what I needed to do. Even had a little face time catch up before I had to be back on board. After going back to my room and dropping my bag off I went and found myself a cup of tea and a ...

Flarkin Bogs!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... is believed to be the oldest common law market in Canada (whatever it means by common law market). The interior roof supports of the building have been designed to represent a ships hull, honouring the sea side heritage of the town. The market is small with some stores built into the shell of the building around the sides and there are a few make shift stalls in the middle. There are only a handful of stores with the majority of them selling food such as butchers, grocers and bakers. ...

The last leg of Pan America Overland

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy


... to get into the obviously popular Charlottetown Backpackers Hostel (N46 14.163 W63 07.293) a colourful place with a young and enthusiastic crew.

This is a lovely town with lots of attractive timber buildings many dating back to the time when the town was the venue for the signing of the Charlottetown Conference which led to the formation of the Federal Dominion of Canada in 1867. It also boasts a well deserved reputation
of being a food ...

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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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