Quality Inn Halifax Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Halifax Airport Goffs
We stayed at this location for an overnight stay prior to our flight to Orlando the next morning. The service was friendly and the room was clean. There is some need for renovations and repairs in some areas, but overall, it was fine for one night.
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Last night after work we boarded the Maritime Bus to Halifax Airport to meet our hotel shuttle for our overnight stay at the Quality Inn Halifax Airport location. The weather was so cold upon our arrival in Halifax compared to the temperature back when we left Moncton a few hours earlier. The windchill was hovering close to minus 25. Fortunately, …
... view mirror. Sheree saw it too as it ran into the bushes. No picture to be had. We decided to head to the ferry to Nova Scotia leaving from the other side of the island and do some sightseeing along the way. Just as we started driving up the road we saw another fox. This one was a bit bigger and was just walking on the road and periodically stopping, looking and listening as if it were hunting something in the undergrowth. We inched up on him and took ...
... 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
... cost us an extra $7 as he will have to drive a longer way around. Nice of them to put on a display like this for our arrival though! We checked in then walked down to watch the fireworks, Mollly is a bit grumpy as she is tired and hungry so we quickly found somewhere to eat and hurried back to our super dooper hotel room. There won't be too many of these during our stay so we'll make the most of it- thanks Lin. ...
... to include a seriously muddy hill which almost swallowed the Civic!! Thankfully we were able to get unstuck & reverse down the hill as we were in the middle of absolutely nowhere with certainly no tow truck in the vicinity. We have heard from many Nova Scotians that this year they have been in "Snowva Scotia " & icky road conditions are the end result! While the potholes & frost heaves have been horrendous, we have so far managed to not pop any tires or bend any ...