Comfort Hotel Bayer's Lake
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... had about three hours to kill. We were in no hurry to get back on the HMS Retirement, so we took off walking down the very nice boardwalk by the harbor. We found a few shops to browse through, and tried the free wifi. Tried was the key word there. Whenever the sign says "free wifi" it always translates to "doesn't work". By now it was time to face the line to board. Another entry in the Princess does it better list. Once on board we ...
... them proved unsuccessful. Monday, my final day in Halifax, was a relaxing day. I spent the morning in a lovely second hand bookstore and the afternoon in the hostel, preparing to move on. I must admit I bought a book to add to the two I am already carrying around with me. However, as you probably all know that's not really unusual behaviour for me. Not at all. If you were wondering they got the video player working. We watched Jurassic ...
... ho ho ho…
Without Bree obviously our travelling has been postponed though we hope to be on the road again in a smaller vehicle, maybe next autumn – heading south – of course :).
We hope you all have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – wherever you may be. Looking forward to maybe meeting up with some of you on our next travels (on either side of the pond) so, for now,
Cheers from the “staying with family” ...
... away we went first port of call was a memorial to the Effects that the Halifax explosion had in the first world war when a ammunition boat and a barge collided in Halifax harbour the remains of one of the boats anchors was embedded into the soil nearly 2miles from the explosion site it flattened the city and killed over 1800 people in the ensuring tsunami most were drowned when the waters rushed back into the harbour. We then headed down the coast to Peggy's ...
... checking on the time for transfers. To get to the airport we had to transfer at the Bridge Terminal and catch the express - total time was nearly 2 hours and cost $3.25. They needed 20 minutes to get the car ready which of course gave us the time to go into the airport and have a coffee and doughnut at Tim Hortons - love the coffee and they have the best doughnuts anywhere!! Christine is trying to eat a different one ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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