Future Inns Halifax
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... water. We saw the falls at low tide, and then again a few hours later but not at high tide. Next was a visit to Carlton Martello Tower which was built high on a hill to protect the town back in 1812 and had military significance until after WWII. Unfortunately after paying our entry into the tower we were told that the tower was closed due to engineers checking it, we could only visit the museum and watch a movie. Really disappointing. Next stop was Fort Howe which was built ...
... black bear ambled across the road in front of us. Muskoka is cottage country, full of pristine lakes and rivers amidst mixed forest just bursting into leaf. It’s not hard to see why rich Torontonians flock to the area.
We stopped to regroup with Anne and Jerry, our Destin hosts, at their home in Peterborough. We were put to work gardening and deck building and it felt great. Just a ...
... really wouldn't know it was there! Those Brits really knew how to take advantage of the physical location & did a brilliant job of building it into the landscape - it's very impressive!
We took a walk around the very lovely Halifax Public Gardens, I'll let the photos speak for themselves! You'd never know that hurricane Juan, in 2003 wiped out many trees & left a path ...
Our plane to Reykjavik was scheduled for 13:35, and Flip and Els offered to take us to the airport, which was greatly appreciated! We left Helmond at 7:00, to make sure we were there with plenty of time to spare, especially since it seemed like a day when the whole world (well, most of the country anyway) was going on vacation. We were there early – so early that the Icelandair desk wasn’t even open yet! We had coffee at Starbucks, and Justin went to ...
... the town bikes were very comfy and we saw much more of Halifax than we would have if we had been on foot. The boat will shortly leave Halifax and we will travel to Sydney (not the one with the Opera House, but the one in Nova Scotia) - the walking tour we had hoped to do during this stop was cancelled because some of the snow still hasn't melted and as the Captain has just announced that tomorrow's expected maximum is only 6 degrees it is probably just as ...