Dalhousie University Dorm Rooms
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDalhousie University Dorm Rooms Halifax
Seriously the coolest things in travel. Stay downtown Halifax for less than $50 with parking and taxes. Go Tigers.
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... the use of waterfront from many cities, and after visiting it again today, I'm reminded that Halifax should be at the top of the list to study. I know there are many tourist attractions in our Nation's Capital related to it being the capital, but one of the things I've been quite vocal about (I know you find this shocking!) is that there needs to be more imagination put into the use of the multiple green ...
... cozy home with the woodstove wrapping the house in a down-like blanket of warmth while clean, white snow falls - creating drifts high enough to block out my view of Schooner Cove in St. Margaret's Bay - I feel nostalgic about our time in Maui. Quickly reality hits me out of my dream-like state and I'm swearing at the never-ending snowstorms and cold, ruthless winds on this 18th day of March, 2015. I feel like crying, no, more like sobbing or wailing, ...
... in a massive explosion as they collided. This led to further explosions as factories onshore exploded. The end result was a massive explosion I which decimated the town with almost 2000 people losing their lives and bits of boat being found miles away, such was the force of the blast. Popping into the art gallery, we we faced by lie size wooden statues of Wills ands Kate. We didn't really have time to go in, but we did catch up on the little painted house of Maud Lewis, Maud and ...
... which had an interesting concept, whereby, you could look into the kitchen back and below the eating area. Shirley ordered an appetizer that was more of a meal of two fish cakes with sun dried tomato chutney served on maple baked beans. I had a broiled salmon served on a very tasty sauce with citrus couscous, grilled asparagus, and baby carrots. We also had a basket of various fresh baked breads right out of the ...
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. ...