Future Inns Halifax
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Well we are just waiting to board our flight to London, England. I still cannot believe I am really going to all these countries! It was hard leaving home and my girls were amazing wishing me a great trip and not to worry. I know they will have a fun time too. Great time to fly so we can sleep on the plane and when we arrive in London we are ready to start our adventure! ...
... not working- gutted. Tom has moved to a different seat now, but I opted to stay, hence the catch up of blog writing. Arrived in halifax and rode to the hotel in the coolest cab- a purple Cadillac - the seats were like massive armchairs covered in the softest plush velvet. The driver was telling us on the way that a bridge is closed this evening a there is going to be a firework display at the harbour- ...
Actually managed to get a fair bit of sleep on the ferry overnight. Woke up around 5:30 am and went down the restaurant to get breakfast. 2 eggs, toast, hash browns and bacon, sausage, bologna and 2 small cups of coffee later I was ready to ride.
Made like hell bent for leather towards Halifax. Stayed with two guys from NY (Goldwing and 800 GS) for a bit until they broke off to go another direction. Stopped at the Canso Causeway ...
... br> - We visited Karen's mother. She is a very sweet lady and I throughly enjoyed visiting her.
- Karen and I took the ferry from Halifax to Dartmouth. We had fish and chips at the ferry terminal - my first taste of Haddock.
- Alexander Keith's Brewery tour was quite a performance and unlike any brewery tour I had experienced before. All the staff were dressed in period costume, sang and danced. Tried Alexander Keith's Galaxy Beer which had a ...
... 10 minute ride in a lifeboat. The town is very beautiful, but also feels quite isolated and is surrounded by forest of seemingly different trees of various greens, and characterised by quite large houses, including those in the Tudor style. After a quiet afternoon, including some table tennis and a complimentary foot massage on the deck, we had a lovely evening listening to some live music - a solo Canadian guitarist who once lived in Ballarat and sang ...