Comfort Inn Halifax
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... along the boardwalk back to the ship when we came across a tourist place selling bus rides for $30 for half an hour. Geoff wanted to know if I wanted to do that, my answer was, we have just travelled by bus for three hours for $5 each and you want to know if I want to go back on a bus for $30 each. Instead, after dropping off our stuff in the cabin we went for a walk. ...
... Jewish, those wearing crosses would be buried Catholic and everyone else, protestant. A very sobering visit. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic here has the largest collection of Titanic artifacts including the only surviving deck chair. We then drove to the Old Town clock and Halifax Citadel which is a 19th century fort built by the British with ditches, ramparts and barracks etc An excellent day in ...
Rather unlike the traveller I have been in the past, (one who ensures every last detail has been determined and all precautions were taken), I departed on this trip rather spur-of-the-moment. The decision was based off of Oliver being situated for the year in Austria for school, and the opportunities this brought in relation to its proximity to European neighbours (aka. Germany!). It seemed too splendid an opportunity to pass ...
... among the group to help with the founding of the town. It is said that is why his statue in the City is facing toward England instead of the town that he had founded. Halifax was a haven for many of the New England Loyalists who fled the United States after the end of the American Revolutionary War. During the War of 1812, many of the Privateers who raided American Shipping were from this area. One such privateer was Enos Collins, who was so successful, that he was said to have ...
... courtyard there is a public art display which consists of several life sized cartoon people standing or sitting on a park bench, it appears waiting for a bus. This artwork was really cool and I had read there were some quirky features that the artist had included to encourage people to interact and appreciate his artwork more thoroughly such as spotting his self portrait or finding the character with 3 arms. I loved it..like a pig in mud when it comes to those sorts of things. After ...