Burnside Hotel

Address: 739 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B3B 1C1, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 739 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, is near Historic Properties, Alderney Landing, McNab's Island, and Bedford Institute of Oceanography.
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Travel Blogs from Dartmouth


A travel blog entry by thejens on Jun 04, 2014

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... that made the treacherous journey across the Atlantic. It gave us a good
impression of what Canada is all about and the diversity it has. There were
quite a few nice wee shops around there and a farmers market too which was nice
to have a walk through.

We have been quite
busy so have taken this afternoon and evening to rest and to prepare for our
departure up north tomorrow. We are driving to ...

Family Fun

A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Feb 13, 2014

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... and the public is invited to join him. He’s faster than you might think! This is a great museum for kids with lots of little animals and other things to investigate. We went with my sister, Christy, and her family. We had a whole family sleepover at Christy and Miro’s house afterwards. The cousins had a lot of fun dressing up and playing together.

I guess the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic was jealous of the other ...

A cold day on the coast of the North Atlantic

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 31, 2013

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... the edge of St. Margaret’s Bay on a solid outcropping of granite. In the still of this cold early morning on the shores of the North Atlantic Ocean, we could see the Light House standing resolutely and defiantly on the granite shoreline. The Light House’s history of providing aid to ships that navigated this section of treacherous coast on the North Atlantic and the many storms which make this area both exciting and dangerous.

The Light House was ...

Frozen in Halifax

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 29, 2013

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... us, Bishops landing was old buildings turned into apartments, walked through the Farmers Markets to get warm as the wind cuts right through you it is bloody freezing. A large cruise ship is in and lots of tourists from the cruise are walking around the harbourfront like us enjoying the scenery. We were hoping to go on a tour of Georges Island but apparently it has never been opened to the public which is ...

Dartmouth for 5 days and it's raining

A travel blog entry by lilmont on Oct 27, 2013

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... and highways. We were alright getting from Hwy 3 to Halifax but with the heavy rain visibility was very poor we missed the turn off for Hwy 102S but Jill took us up to the next turn off and we back tracked to Hwy 102s. You wouldn't believe it but the exit we were meant to take was blocked off due to roadworks, so Jill took us in a round of bout way (missed small street to left) over the highways to Hwy 111 to MacDonald Bridge a huge bridge over ...