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... their full fall regalia. It makes me hopeful that we will see some serious color in the next 10 days on our Tauck tour of the Maritime Provinces.
We checked into Prince George Hotel in downtown Halifax about 7 pm. We unloaded all of what we had accumulated for 10 days (including five 12-packs of Tab for the Tauck tour bus). We definitely resembled the Beverly Hillbillies arriving in town.
We dined at The Keg, which had been ...
... for but Scott found one and had it put on, no charge.
During the past two days the staff were very friendly and helpful even if their labor was pricey.
This evening I called three cousins Sheila, Sandra and Leslie - and ran out of minutes on my phone - I guess I was being charged $1 a minute - lst time I ever ran out of minutes but I guess it was roaming charges for long distance.
Arrived in Saint John at midday. This is situated on the Bay of Fundy, a 270 km long ocean bay that's home to the worlds highest tides (54 feet / 16 metres). We were greeted with a cool and wet morning. Set out on a tour of the town which was similar to what we had seen in other areas. We headed to the major tourist attraction, the Reversing Falls Rapids. With the tide rising by 28 feet in the day, at low tide the ...
... and round.
We lunched at the Pier overlooking the Harbour I again had a Lobster roll which was good, I am sure going to miss the Lobster when we leave here.
After Lunch we drove down to a pretty little harbour called Blue Rocks Point. By then the weather had started to turn so we headed home..Kaff once again directing us back. We decided to camp at Tim Hortons again before going to the Campground as the wifi works good here. Awesome day, heading to Amhurst ...
... okay to get dirty, because they can and will get covered in dirt from the European streets