HI-Halifax Heritage House Hostel
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Very friendly staff with comfortable, clean, common areas and rooms. Great central location.
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I made it to the other side of Canada after two weeks of trains and big cities - and was so glad to see the ocean once again, yet a new ocean to me (the Pacific has been such a big part of my life and travels up until this point - finally, I had reached the Atlantic!).
Halifax was a nice change - quite, similar to home and yet somehow different …
... and Jeff had chicken. The lobster was great! The seafood here is so fresh - one can almost taste the brine. Also prices here are lower than they have been anywhere in Canada. Now it is more football. Since we are 4 hours ahead of Pacific time, the 10 am games didn't come on today until 2 pm... I can see why people don't watch west coast sports. We are saddened that our Stanford team lost to Utah yesterday. Fortunately since it wasn't hockey, it wasn't televised here in ...
... Deryck was so excited. we went in and signed up for the tour. Now this was no ordinary tour. This was a time machine tour that took you back to the 18th century. We introduces to Annie Macdonald and her brother who should us a round took us to the Stag's head bar and allowed us to sample a couple of beverages. The actors never left character during the show. Deryck and I highly recommend this tour just for ...
... wild. The skunk I'm holding has only three legs and would not survive in the wild. The owl is missing a wing and eye. The two baby seals are there to be rehabed and released again.
There is a picture of Hope and I as well. I encourage anyone that travels to Nova Scotia to visit Hope for Wildlife. I also encourage anyone interested in donating to her to visit the website. There is also a television show called "Hope for Wildlife" on the Oasis network.