Comfort Inn Halifax
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Halifax
... stop was Mahone Bay, iconic image of Nova Scotia. The town was known for its wooden boat building; tourism is its primary source of income today. The view across the harbor is of three prominent churches: St James' Anglican; St John's Evangelical Lutheran; and Trinity United.
This town and others we passed along our way today have colorfully painted buildings. There are several explanations for this, but the one I liked best is ...
... and a French ship (loaded with TNT & other explosives) collided and destroyed everything within a 1.5 mile radius. Between 2k & 3k died and another 10k injured. Our final visit was to Alexander Keith's Brewery, which as been around since 1867.
Tonight we are having dinner with some friends who have recently moved to Halifax, then we move on tomorrow to Peggy's cove & Lunenburg.
Jim & ...
... day and there may not be much to report, unless of course there is success at quoits or TT, I thought that I would recap on the highlights so far both in terms of cruise venues and the people we have met. For me, and for Chris, Boston has been the highlight of the cruise so far closely followed by Halifax. New York falls into third place with Newport and Portland as "also rans", or in this case fillers in the itinerary. Maybe I'm being a little unkind to Newport ...
Rain was forecast, but the day looked promising as we gently and very steadily edged backwards into the rather industrial berth in the port of Halifax. Our view as we finished breakfast in our cabin was one of elderly cranes, heaps of dockside paraphernalia and men in luminous jackets walking about in an early morning purposeful and important kind of a way. No tenders here, we were able to walk down the gangway. With dire warnings that we would not be let back on without photo ID. As ...
... we decided to have our lunch in a little are out of the wind overlooking one of the cliffs. Thankfully no sign of coyotes on the trail. Sadly, I did not get to see a moose, but there will be many more chances.
We then drove to Hall’s Harbor, a little fishing village off the western coast. On the way up we noticed the harbor seemed strange, it wasn’t until be noticed that the boats were sitting on the rocks of the ...