YWCA of Halifax
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Travel Blogs from Halifax
... to break over the horizon.....sunrise at 35,000 feet never gets old. Being able to travel around the world is a gift which I am so thankful for. We're blessed to have seen, smelled and tasted so many amazing things on our journeys. Travel never gets old to me...and I would be content to always be en route to new and exciting destinations. Anyone who knows me, is aware I always have several trips being planned simultaneously for the ...
... After wandering around and trying to use my phone to call the firm I
finally got fed up and decided to ask a member of airport staff if he could
help me and sure enough he did. This
kind gentleman took me to a office where we called the number and then we
realised it was the taxi office where I went in the first place who should have
arranged the pick-up. Anyway 5 minutes later this large limousene arrives and I
am soon on my way to the Delta hotel in Halifax.
... tasting, napkin/towel folding, parades on the Promenade, theatre performances by comedians, ventriloquists, musicians and Broadway style revues. Audience participation games included – Love & Marriage Game Show and an Adult Quest Game which were both very funny. Today, there was an ice skating show "Spirits of the Seasons" which was very professional and entertaining…hard to believe there is an ice skating rink on ...
... with Dad here was fun, and arguably my favorite part of the trip, because it was simple, flat and low stress. Dad didnšt necessarily love riding on the gravel roads, but he endured. Another dinner at henry house in halifax rounded out our last full day in Nova Scotia
... ales. Fantastic. Spent a bunch of time chatting with Abram, who is taking a trip this fall to Panama on a motorbike.
From there, did a bunch more wandering around and ended up the Plaid Place (at the far other end of Barrington street from Henry House). Plaid Place is Halifax's only (and finest) Scottish Store. filled with tartans, clan crests and other essentials. Had a fantastic chat with Cheryl and ...