Coastal Inn Halifax

Address: 98 Chain Lake Drive, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3S1A2, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Clayton Park West area of Halifax, is near Halifax Public Gardens, Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, McNab's Island, and Dalhousie University.
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      Halifax, Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... in the same places they would all benefit. To that end he built 3 different types of homes, (more affluent, middle class, working poor), and clustered them together. It makes you wonder what he might have accomplished had he lived. The young woman went on to get married and raise a family in Ottawa. And although she wished to be buried back in Halifax, after a long life, she declined to be buried with ...

      Touring Halifax, NS and beyond

      A travel blog entry by nodak on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... run in unleashed areas. Awesome park. All three of these attractions were within 15 minutes of our motel and easy to get to with my GPS. After a short rest and snack, we were off to the Burncoat Head Park. This park has a lighthouse that you can usually tour but it was closed. The main attraction of this park is the fact that the highest tide in the world was recorded here in 1963. It started rising while we were there and it rises quickly. Very ...

      Halifax, Nova Scotia

      A travel blog entry by lchapman on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... little fishing village with boutique shops and museums. It stands on solid white rock high above the Atlantic surf with outstanding views of Nova Scotia's coastline. The little cottages of various colours are scattered along the shoreline. Their floorboars are not nailed so that in storms they can float! On the way we learned about Halifax. Although only 400,000 people it has 6 major universities and 6 major hospitals. It is a young city with 51% of population under 30. ...

      125th Reunion

      A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... to control 10 campers by myself for so long. Plus we had three Spanish campers stay with us over the weekend as they could not return home for the two days between sessions at camp. The staff came back and new campers arrived on Sunday as I took my campers out for their Solos. Solos are when we take them out into the woods (along a trail that runs around camp) and leave them out there for the night ...

      Go East - D13

      A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 12, 2014

      12 photos

      ... and water. Straight to Halifax from there.

      A good thing too as Freedom Cycles is only open until one on Saturdays. Fortunately, I made it in by 11:45 and R1200GS wheels are easy to remove. About an hour later the bike was ready roll again, now shod in Michelin Anikees. I managed ~9,800 miles in the rear and maybe 12k+ on the front Metzler Tourances that were replaced.

      I have been super happy with the Metzlers and would ...