Travelodge Suites Dartmouth
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... with a sign on it in big letters "MAPS OF THE WORLD". I laughed as I went in the store. I went all the way to Halifax to get my map of Romania. Maybe it was just coincidence...on the other hand, maybe it was a sign followed by a few more...
I wandered around the Harbour looking at boats and birds. I listened to the waves, the seagulls, and the fiddlers. I smelled the tar and the salt air. While shopping I found a bag that I could not ...
... riots going on at the moment.
A few more walks around the Citadel followed my departure from Rachel before heading down the hill that really wasn’t as big as it seemed earlier; I passed the many pubs and made my way to the Brewery Market where I intended to take a tour of the Alexander Keith’s Brewery, but on reflection decided to get a souvenir beer bottle holder instead. Just down the road was the Farmers’ Market, which was all but ...
Air Canada flew us from Calgary to Halifax - no onboard meals arrived late due to storms over the lakes. Fairly ordinary really. So we were late getting to our hosts, also got lost but only by 200 mtrs as it turned out but still unnerving in a strange city on the wrong side of the road.
Thursday took the ferry across the harbour into Halifax and explored the waterfront and a few other important places like the Citadel and Keith's Brewery. Done by lunch time we ferried back ...
... it was lovely. Thanks also to the Holdens who sent me on the way with another birthday cake and a lovely melting pudding made by Mary ;-)
Oh and Dad thanks for the early start (and taking the day off work) to drop me off at Heathrow, much appreciated.
So where to begin, do I tell you about my first chat with a stranger at Heathrow over a bagel breaky, or the lady who was sitting in the same row as me on the plane who sneezed throughout the flight ...
... I suppose, make my role a little more fulfilling.
One of my first unofficial roles in the hostel was to organise a St. Patrick's Day party in the hostel, which would include decorating it, providing the music and cooking a massive pot of Irish stew for everyone to try.
Luckily we were blessed with good weather on the day too, so a few of us decided to head outside and make the most of the Haligonian sun. The initial idea quickly snowballed into an impromptu ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed