Coastal Inn Dartmouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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The title is, in fact, the official song of this great Maritime province which we have come to know and love over the last couple of weeks. We especially loved the people who spoke funny, dressed like the Brits, laughed loud and often, welcomed us with open arms, let us cross the street even if we did not have the ...
... was a self-guided tour of Captain’s Homes, beautifully maintained or restored, sitting majestically on the edge of the sea, overlooking docks lined with lobster boats. Their opulence speaks to the golden days of fishing in the Maritimes. Yarmouth still appears to be thriving with lovely streets and bustling businesses, still ...
... little place. We had the seafood platter to share and a cup of creamy rice pudding with lots of cinnamon for dessert. Quite a nice way to end our day.
We then found our camping spot for the night in Dartmouth which is across the bridge from Halifax. Now some of you are asking if we are becoming "The People of Walmart". If you do not know what that is, google it. We are going to let ...
... that all the carry-on luggage that was in the plane had a passenger to claim it. We finally got airborne around 8:55pm, almost an hour late. The good thing is that the plane seemed to be a nearly new Boeing767-300 with USB ports and iPad-like seat screens. Sleep was fitful but we all seemed to get some shut-eye. I'm not sure if the gravol that I took helped to put me away. I think it ...
... museum that chronicles the immigration action at one of Canada's biggest port of entry. It was a unique and personal experience and ended up being one of the more interesting museums I have visited in recent memory.
It turns out that Halifax was the closest port to the site of the sinking of the Titanic and so this ...