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... seen in harbors throughout the last ten days, and presumably will see over the next ten days. A lovely souvenir. Next door, you can see the glassblowers creating the gallery’s products.
We wandered the wharf, taking in the sights and sounds. There were 10,000 tourists in town today from four cruise ships – things were hoppin’. Our driver suggested we take a ferry across the water and ...
... City as well. There is a Halifax Cycling Coalition working to make cycling a leading transportation option. I’m not sure how convincing they will be in January.
As we strolled the boardwalk we saw a man training someone how to use a Segway. There was a practice area, complete with cones to practice tight turns. We also saw a personal trainer directing people in push-ups ...
... Not the best after a night in a flash hotel. Every morning we woke up after having barely slept due to the heat and the noise and throw out the idea of going back to the hotel. Didn't help that the hostel was in the dodgiest part of town either. We got chatting to a policemen when we were walking back 1 evening and he said the name of the street is Gottingen street, but its known as gottagetagun street. Not ideal. But nevertheless, we stuck it out.
16-05-15 The Long Iron Road to Alaska
Today started off early. i was hoping to have heard from a chap who said he
could arrange a motorcycle for for the day but sadly he had made no
By 8am I was sitting down in the hotel restaurant having breakfast and
wondering what I was going to do today in Halifax.
Looking at the map there seemed quite a lot to do but as I was to find out
this city is actually very small. Other ...
... found in certain areas of New York. The Boardwalk part of our circular tour was about 3 km long and once we left the harbour area we turned inland and walked up into the town passing the beautiful St Paul's Church and City Hall on the way. The church is a Church of Royal Foundation entitling it to dress its choristers in red and the front pew is highly and richly decorated in red velvet and is for the exclusive use of the Monarch and the ...