BEST WESTERN PLUS Chocolate Lake Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to time! Halifax is a really pretty city and has a number of universities so a high student population. After seeing a number of the city’s landmarks we headed out towards the country a bit and stopped off at a little factory and gift shop where they process maple syrup. Al gave us a short talk on the process then we got to sample lollies, cookies, fudge, peanut brittle – all made with maple syrup.
... gravel parking lot?!
The one thing I know being married to Jim for 26.5 years and confirmed by this trip is those Neales are enigmas! I also can firmly state that I don't like winter in Canada very much so be prepared for more postings annually through the winter.
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... a pet, a dog or cat, for surely human relationships are never so satisfying? There is soft piano music in the air, like Debussy but not. I have my fourth cup of coffee for the day sitting before me (they're only costing two dollars in Nova Scotia!) And so I have arrived again. Again, again, again. I am determined to rediscover my sense of humour here. Indeed, one must have a sense of humour when it rains like this, or one will never ...
... found it and then spent the next 20 minutes taking so many photos that there was smoke coming out the extended lens. I had to drag her into the car to get going.
Next stop was the beautiful Baddeck. situated right on the huge Bras' d Lake and the water was like glass so just perfect for photos. We didnt spend a lot of time here as we were on a Halifax mission. We crossed the Canso Causeway leaving Cape Breton Island behind and we ...
... fruit taste and included Australian ingredients. After the tour we went to the pub next door and I tried mussels - I can't say i'm a fan.
- We were throughly entertained at the Old Triangle Irish Alehouse with traditional Maritime fiddle music, dancers and bloody caesars (of course!). This was followed by a midnight snack of bacon wrapped mussels cooked in maple syrup before hitting up the Casino were Karen used to work and playing the 'Larry the Lobster' slot ...