Comfort Hotel Bayer's Lake
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Finally arrived after a long day travelling. Decided to catch a taxi to our hotel (Comfort Hotel - Bayers Lake) as it was raining quite badly. Nice hotel as Trip Advisor had stated and hopefully the excellent service we have received so far will continue. Very friendly taxi driver who took us over the bridge to Bayers Lake area so we could get a …
... that come to see this piece of seafaring history.
Our visit to Halifax began on a cold and dark morning at the 21st Street Dock in the port of Halifax. Again it was a little warmer than our previous port of Sydney, but still on the cold side of late Fall. The sky was further darkened by the presence of dark rain clouds that blanketed the cold fall night sky. Yes, we arrived in Halifax very early in the morning even before the sun arrived in the ...
... and anything else that was exposed on a side car tour.
We went in and the poet gave us a tour of his house and what he had worn as a kid and how he and his family lived an how it came about that he wrote the books on how Peggy's Cove got its name from the saving of a young girl who was washed up there after a ship wreck one terrible stormy night.
We the decided we were hungry and you guessed it Stewart said where's the nearest ...
... was all that mattered. The Dickson Falls trail was 1 to 1.5km in total (depending if you took the long or short route) and between 15 to 30 mins in duration. According to the interpretive sign, the temperature at the falls was a few degrees lower than the temperature at the car park, and they had provided some temperature gauges so you could witness it for yourself. We started the walk by descending a number of stairs down into the Dickson Brook Valley. The vegetation became more and ...
... car around this bit of Canada and we just kept bumping into one another. Whilst we camped at Murphy´s Campground they wallowed in luxury in the little apartment above the boatstore!
And so from there we finally did the last few kms into Halifax, the capital city of Nova Scotia. We had previously organized the shipping of Jambo home from there with the same company, the Warrant Group in Liverpool, that had shipped the camper belonging to our ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Bayer's Lake Halifax
Very friendly staff and excellent rooms. About 40 minutes by bus to downtown but we enjoy travelling on local transport and seeing the area.
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