BEST WESTERN PLUS Chocolate Lake Hotel
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... to a total of $22 and change. This will be one of the few meals we pay out of pocket for during this vacation, as we are once again on our much loved Disney dining plan for the next ten days. Before too long the flight boarded and we were airborne on our way to Philadelphia. We had a fairly smooth flight with minimal turbulence on ascent. Nothing major and it only lasted a few minutes. Before we knew it we had landed in Philly...half an hour ...
... earth. They would be processed here and, if all okay would then travel on the same ships (Metagama-McManus and Ardania-Logue) on to Quebec City. If they would have arrived at Pier 21 in the winter, they would have traveled by train from Halifax as the St Lawrence River would have been frozen over. This was the reason that all immigrants were processed in Halifax. Pier 21 will partially close at the end of this year as it is simply to small ...
... run in unleashed areas. Awesome park. All three of these attractions were within 15 minutes of our motel and easy to get to with my GPS. After a short rest and snack, we were off to the Burncoat Head Park. This park has a lighthouse that you can usually tour but it was closed. The main attraction of this park is the fact that the highest tide in the world was recorded here in 1963. It started rising while we were there and it rises quickly. Very ...
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They say you learn something new every day. We'll I learnt a few things today. I headed off to the Fairview Cemetery this morning. They have 150 people that died in the Titanic tragedy buried there. I have seen the movie, been to an exhibit in Melbourne and went to the Maritime Museum yesterday for the Titanic display and never knew that an Australian was on the Titanic and died on the 15 ...