Future Inns Halifax
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... or just the crazy rain, then I am certain I would have soldiered on and figured it out on foot. But the combination of simultaneous rain assault and suitcase weight was too much, not to mention light-headed hunger and sleep-deprivation. There was no taxi rank; instead the taxis had to be called up on this strange, old fashioned phone and the woman in line before me was put on hold for ages. Luckily I was connected pretty much ...
... I can't wait! Chris and I have set up shop in the kitchen to work on some blogging (To be announced at a later date) and organizing our lives before we make our way into the good ol’ US of A.
Because Sarah and Ben are working all day, we have spent the evenings walking around the city together to see the sights. We enjoyed a night at Maxwell Plum, an awesome Halifax Pub with a ton of local brews on tap. We got 16 little taster beers and shared them ...
Woke up to cooler weather in the low 40's light rain. Spent part of the morning checking out the quaint town of Baddeck, NS. Then drove over 200 miles to Halifax, NS. Temps stayed in the 40's all day & frost is predicted tomorrow morning. Here's a few things we noticed that are different from the US: Gas is sold in Liters vs Gallons Cape Brenton Highland National Park - Full ...
... off, but we also learned about how he migrated to Halifax from Vietnam years ago to make a better life for himself and his family. Phat may not be a true "Haligonian", but his heart is in the right place! Andrew decided to get the full haircut to save a few pennies and his reputation!
The weather sparkled with sunshine when we headed out to Peggy’s Cove. As we neared ...
... to protect the Empire and its essential trade routes. Every war thereafter saw the Citadel being further reinforced. When Karen and I visited the Citadel the staff were dressed as a Scottish (Highlands) regiment who were once stationed there. They fire a canon at 12pm every day. It would have been interesting to observe what a normal day would have been like during any war.
- The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic was well and truly worth the visit. I ...