Travelodge Suites Dartmouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> I wanted to see the Maritimes before it was too late. No worries, at least Nova Scotia seems comfortable stuck in the 50's and is not changing fast - in a good way. They like themselves and their sea-faring life and will not change despite the set-backs economically. Cape Breton remains a half behind in the 40's ...
... 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. ...
... a means of reclaiming moments of time from the timelessness of oceanic oblivion. The exhibit was a bit dated and eccentrically laid out, but I liked that. (Clearly someone on the museum board fancies themselves as a bit of a moderniser, though- they are currently renovating and whole wings were closed off to visitors when I was there). Many things swam around my head as I wondered in a daze. The strangeness of thinking of a time before Atlanticism, ...
It has been a crazy few weeks! I've been on OT for most of the last three weeks and had such a great time. We left on Monday 18th August and as per last month were dropped at Ballantynes Cove around midday. We paddled down the coast until we were hit by a thunderstorm and a heavy wall of rain came straight at us. We quickly pulled off to shore and set up camp in a small wooded area. It took our kids four hours to cook dinner due to the weather and inexperience. The ...
... one was four hours and twenty minutes, a little longer than I thought, but Mila got three hours of sleep, which was great. The Icelandair people don’t serve food on the flights (at least not unless you pay them), but kids between 2 and 11 do get a meal, which is nice. On this flight, Mila also got a blanket that changed into a little backpack.
I napped a little, while Justin stayed awake the entire time, and again the flight was very easy. We then got off the plane, went ...