Dartmouth Oceanview Hotel
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... free land for farming. Unfortunately, they had been fed a bill of goods by the Brits as the land proved to be too rocky for anything productive, as the Acadians had discovered years before, before they left town. They persevered, however, and stayed on to become fishermen, boat-builders and, now, tourism people. Today, Lunenburg is one of the few growing towns in Nova ...
... a worthwhile stop if you visit here.
Now, we had to make a break from Cape Breton, across the Canso Causeway to our “home” in Dartmouth, about 4 hours away down the Eastern Shore to Halifax. A less dramatic but lovely coastal drive through villages right out of the last century.
The city of Dartmouth is across from Halifax and is where we are spending ...
... or just the crazy rain, then I am certain I would have soldiered on and figured it out on foot. But the combination of simultaneous rain assault and suitcase weight was too much, not to mention light-headed hunger and sleep-deprivation. There was no taxi rank; instead the taxis had to be called up on this strange, old fashioned phone and the woman in line before me was put on hold for ages. Luckily I was connected pretty much ...
We spent the day in Halifax today.
First, we went to the Maritime Museum. We were most interested in the Titantic exhibit. Did you know that cable boats from Halifax were hired after the Titantic disaster to recover bodies from the Atlantic?
After the Maritime Museum, we had a great lunch at Ristorante a Mano. Then we headed to Alexander Keith's Brewery for a tour. Those who like it? Like it a lot!!!
Actually managed to get a fair bit of sleep on the ferry overnight. Woke up around 5:30 am and went down the restaurant to get breakfast. 2 eggs, toast, hash browns and bacon, sausage, bologna and 2 small cups of coffee later I was ready to ride.
Made like hell bent for leather towards Halifax. Stayed with two guys from NY (Goldwing and 800 GS) for a bit until they broke off to go another direction. Stopped at the Canso Causeway ...