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... is the only port on this cruise where we are spending more than nine hours.
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HALIFAX was founded in 1749 when Colonel Edward Cornwallis with 2,500 settlers established this colony that was the birthplace of British Canada.
The current population of Halifax is 373k, and they lIve on a mostly hilly terrain. It is the 14th largest city in Canada.
The tourist attractions are many, but I ...
Days on Road: 15weeks
Travel by motorhome: 11,005km
Travel by car: 4,812km
Total km: 15,817km
New Wildlife sightings: lots of Rabbits & Pheasants around Sherbrooke area
On our way to Halifax we stopped for 2 nights in Sherbrooke Village, it's now a museum but was a real village of the 1860's gold rush time, in fact some homes are still private. It's really authentic & like a walk back ...
Had a bit of a fitful sleep with the eerie, half-lit fog outside the balcony and the Titanic on my mind…bit silly, but I'll have a good sleep tomorrow night…anyway even foggier this morning as we draw into Halifax. Yet another guide dressed up – this time in a kilt – the reason….Nova Scotia is latin for New Scotland. The harbour at Halifax is the second largest natural harbour in the world ...
Nova Scotia is a great province. There is continuously something for everyone to discover in this beautiful natural landscape. Nova Scotia has a very rich history. On this trip to the South Shore, we went to the Hank Snow Home Town Museum in Liverpool, had lunch at Charlotte Lane in Shelburne, visited the Loyalist settlement in Shelburne, visited Lawrencetown and Martinique Beaches on the Eastern Shore, and stayed ...
... explosion. It affected two square miles and had the force is small atomic bomb. Some two thousand people were killed and over 9000 injured. The French crew bailed and all but one survived. Had the crew sailed the ship away from the crowded part of the harbor, most of the tragedy could have been avoided. Many memorials can be found throughout the city.
Next we visited The Titanic Cemetery, where the headstones are placed to resemble the outline of a ...