BEST WESTERN PLUS Dartmouth Hotel & Suites

Address: 15 Spectacle Lake Drive, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B3B 1X7, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15 Spectacle Lake Drive, Dartmouth, is near Historic Properties, Alderney Landing, McNab's Island, and Bedford Institute of Oceanography.
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      Things our guidebooks didn't tell us

      A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 27, 2014

      ... juice from concentrate than the thinner juices from home

    • Carbonated drinks are much more common there and sparkling water is popular
    • Go the grocery store if possible as soon as you check into the hotel. Buy water, soda, snacks and anything else you may want to consume that won't be in restaurants. Alcohol and wine is considerably cheaper here as shops have such varying prices
    • Don't pack large amounts of toiletries, just buy them as you need ...

    • Off We Go!

      A travel blog entry by amcleod56 on Mar 08, 2014

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... a few others dipped a lot more! No names mentioned,,,,,Scott, Lauchlin and Aaron! LOL! I must say, though, that the water was not as cold as our beaches in July! The kids walked, collected shells, played frisbee and,,,,where DO they get their energy....ran races. The sunset and it got a bit chilly. Supper beckoned at the hotel. After supper a few went out for Gelato, but is was an early night for most of us as 6:30 will cone all too early. Ciao for ...

      A cold day on the coast of the North Atlantic

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 31, 2013

      42 photos

      ... and ships docked and ready to take to the sea when the day was fully upon us. We could see gigantic boulders scattered on the landscape as if they had been played with by young children and discarded where they lay after the play period. The boulders had been left in their positions by melting glaciers from the Ice Age. It was evident that this area was built on a sound surface of granite. This was most apparent when we arrived in Peggy’s Cove and viewed the light house ...

      Flarkin Bogs!

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 20, 2013

      18 photos

      ... was all that mattered. The Dickson Falls trail was 1 to 1.5km in total (depending if you took the long or short route) and between 15 to 30 mins in duration. According to the interpretive sign, the temperature at the falls was a few degrees lower than the temperature at the car park, and they had provided some temperature gauges so you could witness it for yourself. We started the walk by descending a number of stairs down into the Dickson Brook Valley. The vegetation became more and ...

      Day 31 Cruise Halifax

      A travel blog entry by caz1947 on Aug 15, 2013

      Today were going on a coastal drive along the Lighthouse Route to the tiny fishing village and unspoiled beauty of Peggy's Cove. The lighthouse is rumoured to be one of the most photographed buildings in Canada. We picked up the Hop On Hop Off bus and did a tour of the town. 3 buses A! B and C. Interesting commentary and we learned a little more about the significant role played by the town when the Titanic sank 15th April 1912 and of the 150 or so people buried in the 3 ...