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 …
... by (now at some ridiculous snails pace) and vowed to himself that he would definately have to do a golfing holiday around the world one day and perhaps he would just have to return to this particular course. Eventually the golf course ended and we picked up speed and made it to the Dickson Falls parking lot. At the parking lot there was an observation deck which offered a panoramic view over the Bay of Fundy. It was slightly foggy but the view was still completely evident to the naked ...
Today were going on a coastal drive along the Lighthouse Route to the tiny fishing village and unspoiled beauty of Peggy's Cove. The lighthouse is rumoured to be one of the most photographed buildings in Canada. We picked up the Hop On Hop Off bus and did a tour of the town. 3 buses A! B and C. Interesting commentary and we learned a little more about the significant role played by the town when the Titanic sank 15th April 1912 and of the 150 or so people buried in the 3 ...
We awoke in Digby in pea soup fog but it cleared into a beautiful sunny day. Unfortunately the living history museum at Port Royal was closed but we were able to learn a little about the French Acadian settlers there in the early 17th century and how they were chased out by the English.
Our visit to the only tidal electric power plant in North America was fascinating. The Bay of Fundy, between Nova Scotia and ...