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... region. I had the opportunity to visit there last year, and recommend it for those who plan to visit Halifax.
Another worthwhile visit is the Halifax Citadel that sits on the top of the hill that was completed in 1856 as a key naval station for the British Navy. They have actors and docents in dated costumes and interactive exhibits. It also provides a great view of the waterfront for picture taking.
It is noted that ...
... inlets & I'm sure it would be a really gorgeous drive on a clear day!
By the time we arrived at our campsite in Dartmouth, the sun had started to appear & by the next day we were back to clear sky's & 26C. We took the passenger ferry, much like our North Vancouver Sea Bus, over the harbour into Halifax. It's a beautiful busy harbour, the base for the Canadian Navy's ...
... the "Ellis Island" of Canada. It is labour day here and we had to change our tour route to avoid the parade – looked very similar to our own labour day parades with the bagpipes and placards. Our first stop was the beautiful Victorian-style Public Gardens with its fountains, ponds, ducks, formal, themed gardens and wrought iron fence and gates. Then to Acadian Maple which was a bit of a tourist trap. We drove along ...
... at a bar/pub. Although I think we were the most casually dressed as we had just been on the water and one of us was pretty bundled up in a new bright blue hoodie. (I'll let you guess which one!) The atmosphere was great, we just wish we had friends to experience it with as that would have made it more than just a pub for us. We leave Halifax tomorrow, so it's another car ride for us. It's a shame that this trip is coming to an end, but we're glad to have experienced so ...
games with the kids and drinking games (Kan-Jam!) with the adults until the
last of the daylight died away. Good fortune came in the form of bad weather
and we were advised to stay put for two extra days giving us ample time to
enjoy visiting and rest up for our next haul north.
After bidding family farewell, we made another 4 a.m.
departure on Thursday morning for a 41 hour run to Nova Scotia, Canada. A brisk
passage through the ...