Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Halifax - Dartmouth
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... course (?), but to see the sites and sights of this beautiful province.
Like Cape Breton, you have to choose whether to drive clockwise or counter clockwise around the coast. We went counter this time, selecting a route from Dartmouth east through the fertile Annapolis Valley. Although only 9 am, we stopped for a wine-tasting in ...
... I got to make a call on the old switch board telephone system to the jail house!! Something I've never seen before - where the jail is combined with the jailers house - Imagine having a belligerent drunk in the cells in your home!! Staff dressed in period clothes are in most buildings to give you the history and interesting demonstrations. You'd think we'd be tired of the living history museums but each one is unique in its own way ...
... off the bloody boat!! We were both getting cabin fever so we extremely happy to be getting off!! We got our much needed Timmies before heading to the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada. Everyone catches a shuttle bus from the visitors center down to the fort entrance where you meet people dressed up in the old clothes. The village and Island was controlled by the French who fought off the British many times ...
... Canada for this hotel, and we would stay in any of their locations again.
You can print your boarding pass and print your checked baggage tag on Air Canada at a self-serve kiosk up to 12 hours in advance using a self-service kiosk at the airport. (We were told this by a very helpful and pleasant Air Canada agent)
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Walked up to Pier 21 where the first immigrants landed in Canada plus we could keep warm inside and have our morning tea in the warmth. Back outside we navigated up to Spring Garden Road where the lady from the Info Centre said there was a sports shop in Parklane Mall where Richard could look at some fishing gear. What a laugh the mall was dead nearly all the shops on the second floor were vacant ...