Snowflake Manor Bed & Breakfast

6177 Highway #2, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B2T 1E3 , Canada | B&B
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This B&B is located in the Oakfield area of Halifax.
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    Halifax, Hailstones, but no Halibut Bones!

    A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423 on Aug 04, 2014

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    ... front desk. She gave me the name of her husband’s favorite barber and marked on my map driving directions to his shop. We were in for a treat when we walked into the shop. The sign on his mirror said: “Phat’s Barbershop. The Wealthy Barber Prices: Haircut--$17.00; One side only--$9.00. The best lousy haircut in town. Come back soon.” Phat had us laughing ...

    The first leg of the adventure has begun..

    A travel blog entry by minaco on Jul 25, 2014


    We were up extra early this morning before 5:00 a.m. to finish laundry and last minute packing. I also prepared a picnic lunch for us to enjoy while we pass the time at Halifax Int'l Airport waiting for our first of two flights. We have only ever flown from Halifax one previous trip, when we last went to Hawaii in 2012. Hard to believe that was already two years ago. But, on that trip we didn't have an opportunity to see the terminal other than ...

    Halifax Citadel

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... the 1790s with the onset of the French Revolution. Throughout the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812, Halifax served as the headquarters for the North American Station of the Royal Navy, with the Citadel as the port's principal landward defense.

    After the Napoleonic Wars in 1815, the British decided that wooden forts, including the Citadel should be replaced with by more powerful and permanent works of stone. The present fort became a legacy of the War of ...


    A travel blog entry by thejens on Jun 04, 2014

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    ... buried.
    It was just a part of a normal non-denominational graveyard. Many were buried
    without a name.

    Once we had been
    round the museum and we came out we discovered that the fog had lifted and the
    sun was out. Suddenly it was warm and all the shops and huts were open, people
    were milling about and it was a completely different atmosphere. We found a stand
    that did some amazing veggie hot dogs ...


    A travel blog entry by kate99 on May 01, 2014

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    I'm watching three people standing round discussing how to make a video player work so thought it would be a good time to start my blog. The flight to Halifax was surprisingly good, with two meals included. I have decided I really like Air Canada! Halifax is a nice city. The downtown area is quite compact and easy to walk so it wasn't overwhelming for someone who had just arrived from Bude! It rained the first day so I felt right at ...