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... in WW II. And the Halifax harbour is the second most protected harbour in the world.
Early this morning there was another medical emergency, and at 5:30 am two helicopters (one at a time) hovered over the aft of the ship to winch up evacuees. Always something exciting, now I know how it can be done.
We dock in St John, NB at noon today. The cruise terminal is essentially downtown, so we ...
... we were from and so forth. We spent about twenty minutes talking with them before we could get lose and head back to the hotel. They were very friendly but I think they must not have seen a sidecar before and were just fascinated by it. ONI a side note: Most, if not all, of the people we have met on this trip have been genuinely nice and very open and friendly. Serves to restore your faith in the human race! Tomorrow we move on to Nova Scotia and the Cabot ...
... the winery and Atlantic Brewing Co to try out some adult beverages. Of course, we ate at Mainely Meats (Veggie Friendly? Actually, yes!) and then headed home. Unfortunately, at this point in our Bangor lives, Mark and I only had one set of keys so I had to let him into the apartment after work.
Karin left the next day so we watched some movies on TV and retired early, sunburnt and tired. Karin and I went to Governor's for breakfast, grabbed a burrito at Verve (the ...
... time gets near, there's less and less to do. Everything's been looked after. I've even managed to book a boat cruise on the River Seine. Hey, it's Paris! You've just got to do it. The best thing was that booking in advance entitled you to a nice discount, plus the flexibility to use your tickets whenever is convenient within a year after booking. Ours can be used for either an afternoon or evening cruise. All ...
... Cold, windy and damp. I know how to treat a girl right.
The toll booth for the park was long ago deserted as it was way out of season.
Rode into the park and under some blue sky. Then it started to rain. Go figure ? It's been grey and damp all day and only rains when we get under the blue sky.
Rode through Sussex which was as picturesque as my home county. Well preserved buildings and streets.
The 'Lighthouse route' we had been ...
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