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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After a busy day of final preparations and picking up Maria who was returning from a week in Montreal, we made it all the way to the exotic destination of the airport hotel. No one had more than a few hours sleep - partly due to excitement and partly due to snoring (no names will be mentioned (John)). However, good moods shall prevail on this day! …
Presently, we sit at the Halifax International abusing free wifi awaiting departure to Glasgow and ultimately 'Old Blighty'. Karla and Rhys are wandering the relatively empty airport halls, Mother in law Aggie feeds her alarming Facebook habit, and Kacie (who fails to realize school is over!) completes a French verb conjugation test she insisted her teacher send her on the laptop. We were hosted overnight and shuttled to Kelowna airport ...
We have been in Halifax for 5 days now and it has been a wonderful mix of spending time with family, catching up on life, showers and a nice warm bed. I will try to give you a nice little recap of our time without making it sounds like all we did was eat and sleep.
Sarah and Ben are of course awesome possum hosts and have been nothing but welcoming. We are their first guests in Halifax and we are taking advantage of it by probably overstaying ...
We arrived at the airport around 5:50pm on the 17th. The airport now had a new setup for check-in. The ticket agents get your boarding pass and weigh your bag. Then the passenger takes it to the conveyor. Not a bad idea, but the conveyors were all non-operational. So we had to get in a long line to drop off our luggage. Then it was off to the security line where the guard gave us the ...
... lunch/dinner. Donna got brave, and went for the roasted chicken. I got real brave, and tried the pasta. Salad would've been a better choice, but it didn't come back to bite. It was finally time for sailaway, so we went out on deck to see Halifax disappear in the distance. It was almost 6:00, so curfew time was ready to kick in. We headed off to our cabin before pumpkin time to lock ourself in. Wait till I get my cruise survey after we're ...