Comfort Inn Halifax
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... through! They told us that during the last January and February the temperature was around d minus 30 degrees every day. Just can't imagine it. Continuing on we eventually arrived in Moncton, our planned stop for the night and another Walmart car park where we joined about thirty other rigs. The girl at customer services said to me when I checked in with her that we would be able to have a party in the car park that night! Surprisingly there is rarely any noise, no groups ...
... to time! Halifax is a really pretty city and has a number of universities so a high student population. After seeing a number of the city’s landmarks we headed out towards the country a bit and stopped off at a little factory and gift shop where they process maple syrup. Al gave us a short talk on the process then we got to sample lollies, cookies, fudge, peanut brittle – all made with maple syrup.
I have been remiss in reporting our activities. As I speak/type we are currently in a real live "man overboard" situation. Our boat has stopped, turned around and is investigating this report. A rescue boat has been deployed, although not as quickly as I would have liked should it be me in the water but suppose ship's staff have their protocol. When someone yells man overboard we are instructed to throw a ...
... about the "Big One" from a few years back. It proved difficult for us to get advice on the imminent storm threat; everyone downplayed it saying, "It can't be worse than that last one".
There are memorials everywhere: to fallen soldiers, Irish immigrants, plane crash victims. The Maritimes are a place to pay your dues, pay your respect, find out from whence you came. Afterwards, you leave to build a ...
... of a ship in a tiny village where there were about 3 or 4 families and the graveyard had very few surnames! Next stop was the famous Peggy's Cove lighthouse unfortunately it was so cold and windy that after a few snaps we headed back for the van to defrost! It must be a lovely place in the sunshine but a little bleak today. Into town for a stop at the cemetery to see the graves of the Titanic survivors. They are laid out in a design meant to represent the hill of ...