Dalhousie University Dorm Rooms
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Seriously the coolest things in travel. Stay downtown Halifax for less than $50 with parking and taxes. Go Tigers.
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... and a master level music school.
We had our Tauck group photo taken on the steps of the run-down Academy. An odd place, IMHO, with all the beautiful backdrops that could have been used today.
We wandered past homes 250 years and older, into several historical churches, finishing on the waterfront where the Bluenose II resides, along with a fishermen’s memorial.
Lunch was on our own. We headed to Old Fish Factory ...
We went on a Harbour Hopper Tour today. It's a fun and informative tour that takes you up and down the dynamic streets of Halifax and past the numerous highlights of the city, such as St. Paul's, the Titanic Burial Site and ocean terminals, as well as many other captivating and interesting sites. It also passes ...
... again and another couple who Bill and Jill have met who, they feel, would make up a good table. It's a black tie night and we are meeting for drinks in the Crows Nest beforehand. There's also another very nice couple in Les and Barbara who play quoits and TT. It turns out that they were on the full world cruise on Aurora last year when we did the two legs from San Francisco to Hong Kong. They won their cruise courtesy of the 175 raffle that took place on all ...
... When the Boss arrived, he was in his twenties and a 3 day stubble and dark glasses merchant. The price today? Oh, just pay with your ship card... it would be about 35 Canadian Dollars. Each. We didn't think so, and hopped off. What a rip off! Instead we walked into town, passing the large farmer's market warehouse, which from all the folk perched in every nook and cranny with either a phone or ipad out obviously had free wifi. Jette found a real coffee while we joined ...
We woke up, feeling refreshed and for me (Lauren) felt hungover from the sound sleep. We met up with a nudist CS’er and went canoeing on a very remote, yet beautiful, lake. Wayne was a very interesting person and had many stories from his lifetime that he shared from us. He was an avid book collector and had over 30,000 books. He was from Newfoundland and adamant that we visit there. We have looked into it, but the ferry ride for a car is quite pricy. ...