Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Halifax - Dartmouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... roots of the settlers, there are several protestant denominations in Lunenburg: Lutheran, Anglican, Baptist, Presbyterian and a small Catholic church. The most fascinating story was told about the gorgeous St. John's Anglican Church (built in 1753) that caught fire on Halloween night in 2001. Both Ashlee and Matt remember it well, especially Matt who, as high school ...
... of blocks to Sullivan’s Pond to hear some very bad rock and roll but enjoyed the park and people-watching. We are happy here.
It feels like the country but we are actually only blocks from the town and the ferry to Halifax.
We did take the ferry over to Halifax yesterday and managed to walk to the new library,
the public gardens , the Citadel and ...
... people usually go to in order to hide exactly how much or little they earn even from very close friends, and, occasionally, spouses. There is another couple talking intensely and clasping hands opposite ´me, but I think they are friends rather than lovers. The girl is relaying a story about how she feels she can 'trust' someone absolutely, say whatever she wants, ignore whenever she wants. It occurs to me that she is ...
... town, seeing the Botanic Garden and the Citadel that looks down on the city. We took another walk along the waterfront and stopped to get a lobster roll for lunch. We found a place that served just lobster in a toaster roll. It had no filler and was delicious. We were tired after four hours of walking so we headed back to the ship. We have a day at sea tomorrow before we disembark in New ...
We left Liscombe Lodge early and headed down the coast. The seas picked up during the day so that when we got to Jeddone Harbour we were taking water over the bow. Once we got inside the shelter of the harbor is calmed down and we wended our way up the very narrow channel to what was supposed to be Sea Rover Resort & Marina at the head of the harbor. A radio call got no answer and a phone call said ...