Howard Johnson Bluenose Inn and Suites
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... earth. They would be processed here and, if all okay would then travel on the same ships (Metagama-McManus and Ardania-Logue) on to Quebec City. If they would have arrived at Pier 21 in the winter, they would have traveled by train from Halifax as the St Lawrence River would have been frozen over. This was the reason that all immigrants were processed in Halifax. Pier 21 will partially close at the end of this year as it is simply to small ...
... balcony. Looking through the binoculars I could also see a white mast about twenty feet off to its right, floating in the sea. This seemed to be a fishing or scientific marker of some kind. We could also see two other ships travelling in tandem with us (Celebrity ships) heave two and I am sure they were helping in trying to resolve the situation.
I texted my son Wade at 9:32 AM at the very beginning ...
... limited in quantity and I had to be a part of the sommelier traffic jam after all. The sommelier told me that the 2009 Nuits-St. George wine I had originally ordered had way too much oak in it. That's how sommeliers make good tips.
We met Bill & Bruce at the dinner table. It was nice to get caught up with them. They introduced us to their friends Leigh, Dan, Lynn and Heather. My bacon-covered ...
... and ex-staff there for the day ranging from the 1940s to present. Being the only campers on site for the event was really interesting and we got to join in on the celebrations and help out with some tasks. It was great for me to see some ex-staff members who I worked with in 2012. I was single-staffed for the whole weekend as Connor took the days off to be with the other staff, so it was a bit of a ...
... a couple things back in stock and I wanted to give an update on my trip as many of the details only available from a local came from them. Seriously good people there.
Back to Dalhousie to tend to some housekeeping issues and a quick nap. After camping for 2 nights and sleeping overnight on a ferry, it's amazing how good it feels to get a bit of rest in a real bed. Also telling how much traveling hard starts to take it out of you ...