Snowflake Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... on the occasion of its 175 anniversary. We also bumped into the "Halifax" couple, as we know them, that we met on the same world cruise - we still don't know their names but keep on bumping into them in various queues! Thankfully there are no people to report upon who have caused us angst but there are a few that we avoid - especially those "larger than life" characters who bowl around the decks, or more aptly waddle slowly around them. We also avoid going out ...
... though security and waited for our slightly delayed plane to arrive from Halifax. We boarded and departed with glorious views of St. John's harbour. Our arrival in Halifax was also in bright sunshine with a great view of the city before landing. We were met by our families, a fitting end to a great holiday. Thanks for joining us on our ...
... customs officer and apologizingly explained we were immigrating. Since we’re used to US customs/border patrol, we expected a long and arduous process, but the customs lady was very nice and enthusiastic about our moving here. She sent us to an immigration official, another very nice lady, who started filling out our residency permits while we picked up our luggage. All the bags were there…except for the hand luggage. Thank you, Simone. NOT! Hopefully we’ll hear on ...
... the greatest marine disasters in recorded history, the story of RMS Titanic begins in Southampton, England on April 10, 1912, when the vessel left on her maiden voyage. For some of those who lost their lives aboard the ill-fated ship, Halifax, Nova Scotia is where the story ended.
On Sunday, April 14 at 11:40 pm, the Titanic struck a giant iceberg and by ...
... A couple of new friends from the hostel and I went to the Natural History Museum where we saw, among other things: a stuffed moose; a tortoise named Gus; an unicorn horn; live goldfish being fed to live snakes; and giant bugs (not live). I got photos of everything but the snake vs goldfish affair as, frankly, that will live long in my memory. After that excitement we went to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to calm down. Plus it's ...