Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Halifax - Dartmouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for games and hockey at the hacienda. We will try out Mariah & Dylan's favourite pizza delivery: Tomavino's. Plans for tomorrow (Saturday)....going to 2 markets, some shopping, a guided tour of Dalhousie University from Dylan, hockey game with the Mooseheads in the evening, then some sort of Poutine Palace for a late meal. On Sunday our plane does not take off til 6:30 PM and we are looking at options as to what to see that hasn't been seen, etc What a whirlwind of a ...
... to the licensing department to have the car put in their name and for Richard to to sign over the Pontiac. The Main Manager came over with the cash all smiles round said our goodbyes to the Pontiac and the Courtesy Shuttle took us back to Best Western Plus Hotel.
Time for afternoon tea with muffins and now relax for the afternoon. Richard relaxed with his ipad I did the dreaded chore of doing the last wash as I ...
... your ugly graffiti). We soon were under way we had the car to ourselves Nancy Stewart and us and of course the driver Alan, He took us to a spot where a anchor form one of the ships that was destroyed in the Halifax explosion landed and it was 2 miles from the blast site if it had happened today it would of taken out some of the houses in the area but at the time it was all bush, so after a quick story and such we were on the road again heading south to have a ...
Had to go and see Anne of Green Gables house etc. it was all as charming as in the books - and we had a lobster lunch on the way! Today in Nova Scotia and the weather is just as perfect! We have been so lucky. Went to Peggy's Cove and looked at the lighthouse which it seems everyone does. Writing this having coffee in ...
... by huge granite boulder left by the retreating glaciers. Due to the lack of soil, the salt air, heavy winds and rain, it very difficult for vegetation to survive so there are very few plants and trees. Often, the area is covered in fog created by the warm, wet air blowing from the land over the cooler oceans. The area is home to a lighthouse and many artist shops. We ventured into one, and when we asked the price of a bracelet, we were told that it was custom made ...