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, ...
... fishing during the season of November to May. They say Albertans are moving there to escape high prices and diminishing jobs.
We followed The Lighthouse Route along the South Shore, stopping at as many sites as we could. The beaches beckoned but our schedule to return to Halifax that day demanded that we make only a few stops. ...
... up your own minds about whether we qualify. We live in a van, wear most of our outfits more than one day before washing, we shop there due to being in their parking lot, and we feel quite comfortable now telling others that we have no shame in sleeping at an "Ask to Park" Walmart. Not all Walmarts let you park overnight, We have an app that let's us know which ones may let us, if we ask permission.
Well here we are, day 11 and another terrible sleep under our belt. If only we could have slapped that mustachioed, snoring man we would have been much more upbeat! Cruella got her beauty sleep down below on the ferry and we made it back to the mainland !! Amen to that. It's not that we didn't enjoy our time in Newfoundland, but we missed the real meaning of being in mainland Canada. At least we didn't have to worry about ...
... the rescue and salvage operations were based out of. There is an exhibit about the Titanic that we ended up visiting too, in order to bring up the cultural infusion by another notch. Now with our brains exercised and the weather still looking good we are calling it a night. Tomorrow morning we move on down the coast.