Comfort Inn - Dartmouth
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... explosion in 1917.
I'd heard plenty about Titanic of course, as the main recovery ships came out from here, taking back many of the victims, and burying many others at sea. There are numerous grave sites of Titanic victims in several Halifax cemeteries. I apparently walked right past the St Mary's church one at the bottom of the street for our hotel without going in to check, which I'm quite annoyed about! That was one of the things I ...
... There’s a good sized window, temperature controls, a few little cabinets to put things, a tiny closet with a couple of hangers. It’s comfy enough but we also spent a little time in the lounge car and had our evening meal in the dining car though we brought store made sandwiches and snacks for lunch.
The problem started when Graham felt a bit motion sick with the buffeting of the train as we walked to the lounge car. ...
... cousin Disa. I've been wandering all over the city and am heading a little further a field today to get my last fix of tourist attractions before I fly onto Toronto tomorrow. I also ate my first lobster last night right down to the hidden meat in the legs and tail. A labour intensive but very tasty meal.
It feels alot like home here as Halifax is also a big student town however the random bouts of snow remind you its not. There is a lot of ...
... of Gros Morne.
The next morning we headed to the Visitor Centre to get information on our climb. We packed our backpacks and headed on the start of the trail that would take us 16 kms and 806 meters to the summit, the highest point in Newfoundland. The trail follows a steady, slow incline for the first 4 kms until you reach a sign warning that you have reached the turnaround point should you encounter any foul weather. The sign also cautions that the ...
... Harry Arthur Tobin (1874-1956) was in that conflict.
Halifax as shown by the photos is a mix of history and progress. The waterfront has been renewed with a boardwalk that runs along that portion of the city. It is lined with nice restaurants including the Cow, which is a premium ice cream place where you stand in line for rich, high butterfat ice cream that comes in a bunch of crazy named flavors (I had Mooberry and Gooey ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed