Howard Johnson Bluenose Inn and Suites
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... see locals and tourists sitting out on sidewalk cafes having coffee and people watching. I found a secret little garden behind city hall and had a picnic lunch while sitting and enjoying the sunshine and flowers. Apparently, there are elves in this garden (of course) and someone is also buried among the flowery bushes and trees. Fascinating little spot. I finished up some souvenir shopping and snagged one of those fabulous Icelandic wool sweaters before heading to my ...
... the Immigration Museum. Good education for all of us.
I asked a lady at the museum where she would go for a true Halifax donair. Her response was great, "How far are you willing to go for said donair". We were directed to and found Tony's. As the primary meat-eater, I was in heaven... a Lebanese twist so a tad sweet but I was not having any issues :)
... Maritime Museum of the Atlantic which was fascinating. It included an exhibit on the Halifax Explosion of 1917, caused by a French munitions ship carelessly careening into a Norwegian ship and exploding. The explosion destroyed a vast portion of downtown Halifax, including some of Barrington Street, on which our hostel is located. There was also an exhibit on the disaster that was Titanic which included a replica first class (or lucky second class) ...
... there I was confused. There were no signs anywhere, then I noticed some paintings on the wall. That was it. So I decided to go to "Susie's shortbread" shop. I walked past it yesterday and saw lots of cupcakes in there. The shop was closed today. So I headed back to the hotel. I was debating wether to go out for the new year celebrations or not. The forecast was for -17 ...
... Scotia which is the second smallest province. Our guide is of German descent and therefore has a real accent.
Visited some public gardens, nice, but have seen much better.
– onto the citadel (fortress) atop a big hill, was only a photo stop, so didn’t go in. Out of the city and into the ...