Quality Inn Halifax Airport
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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, …
We covered a bit of the map today as we went from Jersey Cove to Upper Sackville, which is just outside Halifax. We left around 8.10 and got here about 5:30. We decided to take the long windy coastal road instead of the highway. Jenny drove all the way so it was a bit of a trek for her. The road was so windy that she would have been sick if she sat in the passenger seat. Or that maybe just her excuse to make me sit in the passenger seat.
We stopped at Baddeck as ...
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... displaced persons and general immigrants. Kate snapped a picture of Georges Island as seen from the disembarkation point. Following their clearance to enter Canada many immigrants would have been transported to their new home by train, although nothing near as luxurious as the accommodations we can expect! On Sunday we had a goodbye breakfast with Cordy and her giraffe friend Martha. They have gone to Cape Breton for a few weeks. Kate and I then went ...
... sharply shadows Australia's rules of entry including the denial of non whites into the country. after having a couple hours or so there we headed along the water front and admired the view and headed back to the restaurant for dinner and then bed to be ready for a big day tomorrow.
Well talk about a new day a new weather pattern today was cloudy and coolish not that cold but enough to make sure you were rugged up. Alan Picked us up as Promised At ...