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Rest day in Halifax. 0 motorcycle miles. Easily 6 or 7 on foot miles.
Super windy today, but no rain. I'm sure if I had tried to ride, then things would have been very soggy indeed. Was good to be off the bike and on foot.
Ferry to NL booked. I was a bit tardy on that, so heading to NL Wednesday afternoon and returning Friday to …
... began in 1828 and continued until 1856.
The British garrison changed frequently, with regiments staying two to four years at a time. Thousands of families called the Citadel home. Though British North America became the Dominion of Canada in 1867, the continuing importance of Halifax as a port for the Royal Navy saw British troops remain there until 1906. After that, the Canadian military, with the old fort serving through two world wars as a transit ...
... via New Glasgow,
and staying there over night to be in place for the ferry that will take us to
Newfoundland (pronounced "Nufundland") on Sunday. We think we are as
prepared as we can be and have enjoyed visiting some of the supermarkets to buy
all the things we need. So much is the same but most things are just on a much
more massive scale! We haven't actually had a meal out in a restaurant yet so I
am not ...
... inky darkness is lightening to a dusky blue. Not a cloud in the sky; on the horizon a band of deep rosy orange is brightening as we begin our descent into Frankfurt. As much as this flight is always a long, tiring one, that I am feeling that familiar tingle of excitement that always hits me as I am about to land once again in Europe. Less than an hour to go. Here we are in Frankfurt. Sigh! It is still the most confusing and non- user ...
... my disenchanted friends to return the car as I've got the call that my bike is ready. I head cross town to pick her up. Back at the hostel I meet up with Michael. He's upset that the car was such a bomb and that he was ready to buy it. We both haven't eaten lunch so I grab a pizza and some beers and try to cheer him up a bit. A few drinks later and half the hostel has joined us in the courtyard. I go to us the bathroom and check my phone. Jess is online and we end up skyping for a ...
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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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