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... during the next school term, how nice is that! I was really worried I wouldn't be able to fit in a visit to this amazing part of Canada.
This is an incredible museum, and details in particular three tragic histories associated with Halifax. The Arctic Expedition that saw 17 men die, which I didn't get time to learn very much about because I was too busy trying to learn all I could about the Titanic Connection to Halifax, and also about ...
... t any cheaper than it is anywhere else and probably more expensive than flying in many cases if you're going a longer distance.
So, on a Sunday morning, we hit the Via Rail station in Halifax, drop off the rental car and check in. Our little sleeper cabin is small with an airline sized bathroom but it's all ours! The "sofa" we’re sitting on will convert into a bed with a pull down bunk overhead. Graham will get to climb up ...
... we didnt see anything other than footprints but we had great fun in the process and its a pretty good work out too.
So that was Calgary. It was a quick fix but it was fun to see the western influence and I forgot to mention that all the staff were wearing cowboy hats at the airport. It is certainly a very different feel to the city of Vancouver.
I have spent the last few days on the east coast in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia ...
... not normally take much interest in these interpretive sessions as they tend to be cheesy and often dull, however this was perhaps the most engaging and entertaining one we have heard. Her jokes and sexual inuendo had everyone in stitches, especially coming from a 4’9” elderly woman.
We reluctantly left the warm house and cookies and set up shop on Green Point campground, had a nice dinner and dozed off to start a fresh day towards our big climb to ...
We are now home and this is the first of our final two scrapbook entries for our trip.
Halifax was one of Diana's favorite ports. Her Tobin relatives arrived from Cork County, Ireland first in Newfoundland, and then moved to Halifax. After we arrived and took the three Hop On-Hop Off Bus sightseeing tours we went to the Halifax Memorial Library. Diana got special help from a reference librarian and was able to even find ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking