Dartmouth Oceanview Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... pictures from a distance and he disappeared into the woods. Cool. Well pulled forward near where it went in to the bushes and thought we had lost him. Then as we were getting ready to pull away, there he was strolling right by Sheree's window. He stopped and checked us out (and secretly thought - I'm protected here people. This is a National Historic Site. You can't bother me.) Then he moved on. Sheree captured the moment and was so pleased with ...
It was still raining when we woke up but it was letting off and by the time we were ready to drive to the Citadel. We drove up to the Citadel National Hill where we parked the car for $3.15 for the day which we thought was a pretty sweet day rate. We got there in time to join a tour of the fort which was really interesting and we got to see the musket being fired and the small cannon. We watched the 4 sequel short films on the history behind ...
Again we woke up sore and a bit tired, but slightly more refreshed then the night before. We got back on the road headed through New Hamsphire and drove to Maine along the coast. It took a bit longer than expected but we had nice views along the way. We stopped in Portland, Maine stopped at Trader Joe’s and picked up some fresh fruit and wine and pressed onward on the US 95 ...
... both student and chaperone wise! I think the next ten days are going to be amazing! Now we are in the air on our way to Montreal. Aaron Doyle is bouncing with excitement as this is his first flight. It s Roy's birthday today so we got the cabin crew to announce it and sang Happy Birthday. I think he will love his card! Think I will catch a few zzzzzs! Here we are in Montreal. Food choices suck, but had a sandwich. Kids are chillin' josh, ...
... post, protested to the English government. As a result in June of 1749, the British sent Colonel Edward Cornwallis to establish the town of Halifax. The name made sound familiar as his nephew General Charles Cornwallis would surrender to General Washington at Yorktown, effectively ending the Revolutionary War. Edward Cornwallis was unhappy with the group of English cockneys and disbanded soldiers and sailors, he had been given to form the new settlement. He said there were few ...