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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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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 …
... pilot aboard, we headed for port. Excursion times were adjusted and the captain gave us an extra 1.5 hours to enjoy the city. We didn't schedule an excursion. After disembarking, we headed for the tourist information booth and with map in hand, we began our exploration of Halifax. I don't know why I bothered to curl my hair since it was a misty day and it didn't take long for the hairdo to go ...
Another day at sea and we could see signs of couples who have had enough (probably of each other). Because we couldn't get into Port at St. Johns the Captain announced that we would get into Halifax 1 day early and have an overnight tonight. As soon as we docked people were queuing to get off even though there was an announcement to say don’t queue as we ...
... green grass, bathrooms and a nice lady who works there. We played games and hung out all afternoon. The weather took a turn the next day and the sun came out at an alarming rate. We paddled to Harve Boucher, stopping at lunch time and we spent the afternoon hiding under tarps and canoes to get out of the heat. By 6pm it was still uncomfortably hot outside. We all lay down to watch the sunset together before going to bed. Day 10 we got up super early to paddle ...
... to blow-out the knees of her snowpants). They were hoping to make a snowman and it wasn’t the right kind of snow, but they persevered and managed to make a little one at Amy’s house. We took Nicky, my parents’ dog, for walks down by the river. We went sledding. They built snow forts and made snowballs. In general, they had the kind of snow fun that most Canadian kids take for granted.
In 2011 Halifax hosted the ...