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... roots of the settlers, there are several protestant denominations in Lunenburg: Lutheran, Anglican, Baptist, Presbyterian and a small Catholic church. The most fascinating story was told about the gorgeous St. John's Anglican Church (built in 1753) that caught fire on Halloween night in 2001. Both Ashlee and Matt remember it well, especially Matt who, as high school ...
... their markers contain just the date of death and marker number. This was surprising to me as today we have DNA processes to link a body with an identification. Never had anything like that in those days. Also, the markers are placed in the shape of the bow of a ship. Very educational. Then we were off to the Halifax Public Gardens. This is 16 acres of beautiful flowers, statues, fountains and ponds. Surprised to see swiss chard in a couple of arrangements. ...
We were up extra early this morning before 5:00 a.m. to finish laundry and last minute packing. I also prepared a picnic lunch for us to enjoy while we pass the time at Halifax Int'l Airport waiting for our first of two flights. We have only ever flown from Halifax one previous trip, when we last went to Hawaii in 2012. Hard to believe that was already two years ago. But, on that trip we didn't have an opportunity to see the terminal other than ...
... once we landed, we obviously didn't look too dodgy! The car
was picked up and off we went to try and find our accommodation in Halifax. All
the cars are HUGE and it was all so American looking, it was very weird to start
with as I have never been to North America before and really only know things
from films, tv shows and books. Once we came into Halifax the houses were
really cute and colourful. We are staying ...
... founded in 1789. There are two synagogues in Halifax.
The locals are proud of the fact that Churchill was in Halifax twice during WWII. Thousands of merchant marine ships sailed from here carrying soldiers, ammo, fuel and oil to help save England during the dark days.
We stopped for coffee and pastry in a quaint area of the city that was part of the area destroyed in the explosion of Dec. 6, 1917. A French ammo ship hit another ship and caused ...