Future Inns Halifax
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Halifax
... they are leaving allready! It seems like they have been here for ages! They leave on the 2nd and then I get a whole new bunch of campers on the 3rd.
As for right now, I have two days off in a row. I am currently sitting in the Halifax airport as I am flyin gto Ottawa in a couple of hours. I have to do this to have a meeting with UK Immigration tomorrow morning to get my UK Study Visa sorted out.
... rent out dorm rooms for < $50 with parking and taxes included. Best way to wait out the hurricane/tropical storm. Feels a bit odd to be back at school, but proving to be better than staying at a hotel in the suburbs. Looking to do the same when I visit Montreal. Getting foggy as I sit in the rooftop patio of Your Fathers Moustache. Really good beer. Pretty good wings. Much easier to be the grey man when not in motorcycle attire. Proper dinner at The Old Triangle. Proper Irish ...
... br> started the day with a visit to the Maritime Museum which was very interesting.
Halifax has a massive maritime history with it being the closest port to Europe
on this side of the Atlantic. It told the stories of all the ships that had
gone aground near here over the years and the biggest one being the Titanic.
When she sunk not that far from here it was ships from Halifax that went out to
help and look for ...
... wet our whistles at an airport pub. We arrived in Halifax after dark, warmly met by Mariah and Dylan. The 2 bedroom condo we rented for the week is just a block away from the kids' apartment. They had already accessed the keys, and had stocked the fridge with beer, wine and snacks. We had a good visit with hockey playoffs in the background. It felt so great seeing Mariah again after 9 months! Easter Sunday I whipped up brunch for the 5 of us: ...
... really hard to speak, when my face is so cold. I stopped at the Maritime Museum. It has a section about the Titanic. Nova Scotia played a huge role in locating body's and their final resting place. It showed the menu of the different classes on the ship and what their rooms would have looked like.There is 150 people laid to rest @ the Fairview cemetery, which I plan to visit tomorrow. There was also ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations