Coastal Inn Dartmouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fancy yacht "Aurora", possibly belonging to Charles Wang, founder of Computer associates and another beauty called "Sea Owl" (owned by Robert Mercer, the hedge fund guy who is CEO of Renaissance Technologies) waiting in Halifax harbour to, well, not sure but they looked mighty fine.
Back in Dartmouth, we ...
... attacking a crustacean with your bare hands and two pointy things. Alan complicated his platter with mussels and chowder but I was a purist. Delicious, if messy. The place was appropriately called, The Baddeck Lobster Supper Restaurant. We knew the lobster was fresh because our server’s husband and the owner’s husband caught all the lobster this very morning. It ...
... coast just across the bay from Charlottetown. Of course.....they were closed. The wind was howling and it was shaping up to be a very cold day. We did go in anyway, took a few pictures and tried to read the placard before we turned to ice cubes. We climbed back in the van and tried to decide what we were going to do next. Yesterday was such a nice sunny day and today was freezing. Just as we were sitting there trying to decide, Ted spotted a fox in ...
... in one.... there were a few tourist shops but nicely done. We passes several old ladies playing the spoons (or a sort of wooden equivalent (something bettween the spoons and castanets) to an accompaniment of Celtic reels played on their portable tape players. It was all very jolly. With tartan very much to the fore in every direction, their Celtic roots are clearly important. Every day at noon, they let off a cannon at the citadel which is high up on a hill overlooking the town, in ...
... with a Husiberg in the showroom) dealer to arrange new tires and get a replacement H7 bulb. I had one of the 2 mph flops today which broke the low beam bulb. A 2 mph flop is inevitable on a high and heavily laden bike. No damage beyond lightbulb ($10 CAD) and my pride. Got good info in where to go in Newfoundland from guys at the dealership. Also got good info for Nova Scotia from the info lady on the ferry. Staying in Halifax at the Dalhousie, one of the local ...