Comfort Inn - Dartmouth
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... sports shop was a sports shop not a fishing and tackle shop.
Back out in the cold we walked over and up to the Halifax Citadel National Site to tour the inside. The tour brings to life the 78th Highlanders and 3rd Brigade Royal Artillery (1869 to 1871). The volunteer guides are dressed in period costumes one was a drummer and the other a piper part of the Scottish Regiment. ...
... wasn't ready the lass said if we wait it should be ready in an hour. She suggested going to the Markets Near Dartmouth Ferry on Halifax Harbour or Mic Mac Mall which is only 2.6kms away. With map in hand we had our coffee in the car first then Jill took us to the Mic Mac Mall we navigated the highways okay. The rain hasn't stopped we walked around the mall for a couple of hours had a coffee and muffin at Tim Horton's in the Food Court.
Made it ...
... with large private sites and the cleanest most modern bathrooms we have seen since Australia! As soon as we arrive it starts to POUR,, but we head out north East to find the home town of our neighbor Kevin Wornell. Take a picture in the rain and head back to campsite to hole up for the night inside!
- If it seems like it ...
... found our way to the brewery.
We really enjoyed our tour of the Alexander Keith's Brewery. It was just under an hour, and everyone was dressed up in period style clothing. We were all part of a "play," where Mr. Keith himself was going to give us a tour of his brewery, but we managed to make it all the way through without ever meeting him. We really enjoyed seeing the building (parts of which are original), as well as the tastings near the end of the tour. ...
... mile high lemon pie" at the Irving restaurant at Salisbury, NB. It was even more delicious than i remembered but I burped lemon for an hour after which has never happened before. Next time, I won't eat the crust to see what happens :-)
At my third gas stop, I asked about a place to stay and was directed to the John Gyles Motor Inn. There were lots of the "where to eat in Canada" stickers which have never steered ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed