BEST WESTERN PLUS Dartmouth Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is the memorial to the lost fishermen (yes, only one or two women) at the edge of the main pier.
Next to that, there remains a fish plant (home of High Liner Foods, Canadian Operations). The old dory boats sit next to it, only used now for fun races along the harbour. Overlooking that are several shops, restaurants and B&B's.
Reflecting the British ...
... animated chat with a BC med student in the room (my first West coaster, I think!), I stumbled next door into a Thai restaurant. I felt ravenous, but could barely manage half of the food; and so now I am feeling almost uncomfortably full. There is a family group next to me. The men folk are talking about economics in such a way that lets me know how much they earn each year; and I can't help but smile and think of the great ...
... get off the ship in Halifax around 8:00PM. It gave us a chance to enjoy the beautiful harbor area at night – we took about an hour walk. It is a very clean and safe area with lots of shops and restaurants. It felt good to be on land after five days at sea.
We have been to Halifax before and have seen Peggy’s Cove, the major tourist attraction. Today we took our own walking ...
... with green beans and Lyonnaise potatoes was very good.
The girls left us after dinner and the boys went for a drink in the piano bar. The pianist was a lovely woman who kibbitzed with Bill as he sang along with improvised lyricSteven
Friday we met Bill and Joyce in Halifax for a trip to Annapolis Valley at Lukett Winery for a great lunch and local wine. Now we are off to board the QM-2 again.
... best 220 mile loop in North America. Between technical riding, scenery, and the people/culture along the Cabot Trail there are few places that can compare. And you don't have to deal with California!
There were stretches of NL that were fantastic, but none a loop. And try as I might, I didn't have near enough time to even try to get a grasp on the NL culture. Cape Breton felt like home.
From Freedom Cycles to Henry House for ...