Comfort Inn - Dartmouth
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... excuse me and I'm sorry even when it was not their fault, cooked lobster and scallops and chips to die for (and we may...) all whilst seeming to be both so Canadian and so of their own country. Where can you see a big semi stop in the midst of a left turn at a busy intersection so you can finish taking a picture. For sure, ...
... was a self-guided tour of Captain’s Homes, beautifully maintained or restored, sitting majestically on the edge of the sea, overlooking docks lined with lobster boats. Their opulence speaks to the golden days of fishing in the Maritimes. Yarmouth still appears to be thriving with lovely streets and bustling businesses, still ...
... as 25,000 vessels have been wrecked along the treacherous Nova Scotian Coast. The relic shoes of a drowned child who sailed aboard the Titanic were massively profound- even when kept behind thumbed plexiglass beneath awful lighting. Also poignant was that members of the salvage crews kept pieces of the luxury ship, carving the wood into mementoes that were then kept in the family for generations. Apparently this is an old seafaring tradition that sailors ...
... jogging which we like to see. One thing we found interesting was that both bridges had a $1 toll - which we thought very reasonable & the bridges were busy & well used! Much better than our costly $3 Port Mann Bridge, can't help wondering if $1 toll on Port Mann, Golden Ears & adding $1 toll on the Pattullo & Lions Gate Bridges in Vancouver would be better & fairer in BC!! I'm sure some of you won't like that idea ...
... the personnel offload the luggage, and saw our lovely hand luggage bag. We had about four hours in Reykjavik, so we had pizza, and watched some tv and did some shopping, until it was time to go through customs. The Icelandic customs officer was skeptical of Justin’s lack of stamps in his passport – which of course didn’t get stamped while we were in the Netherlands, since he had a residency permit.
Once that was cleared up, we got to board our second ...