Travelodge Suites Dartmouth
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... to do while in town. Oh well, can't do it all.
The Halifax explosion was something I knew nothing about before this trip, but I certainly do now. Once again, history geek download about to happen, so don't say I didn't warn you!
During the Second World War, Halifax was a very important harbour, being the second deepest inland harbour in the world after Sydney. It's kind of shaped like an hourglass, with the ...
... 8230; We did sit there for awhile, it’s got lots of windows and a little take out counter with places to sit. We watched some movies on the laptop in the cabin and went to the dining car later for a meal which was pretty good. Not large portions but all we needed. We finished watching a movie and had the beds turned down about 10 since we knew we’d be up very, very
early in the morning. That’s where it all fell ...
... too more so than other parts of Canada. There is the citadel, a star shaped fort, right in the centre of town which was used as one of many defences for the city. There is also a cemetry containing bodies of victims of the titanic.
Disa took me to a hockey game at their big stadium where, as well as the game, I got to see crazy people in the crowd wearing morph suits and trying to get the crowd going. If you have a minute google 'Canucks green ...
... steep and loose terrain. We proceeded along a trail which led to a scree gulley where the trail turns more like an alpine climbing route, steep climb, boulders and rocks for the next hour. Our slow progress yielded better and better views of the park and valleys below. As we approached the rounded summit, both the temperature and the wind had changed with the distinct feel of an alpine setting. Scattered boulders and shrubbery form the glaciated peaks of the ...
... the beautiful Victorian-inspired garden that has been open to the public since 1875; we did view the perimeters of the garden on the bus routes. The little tugboat with the jaunty red hat is Theodore Tugboat that is available for harbor tours; this boat is modeled after a Canadian kids TV program. One of the photos shows a large Carnival cruise ship. As a comparison to our ship, we had 12 lifeboats for our 1250 passengers, and the big ship has ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center