Hilton Garden Inn Halifax Airport
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Room service breakfast...pack the bags...depart the Carlyle Hotel.
We took a cab to pier 12 in the Brookline Cruise terminal and boarded the Queen Mary 2 within a half hour.
Unpack the bags...drink a complimentary glass of champagne...do the lifeboat safety drill.
Dinner this evening was informal. We pre-ordered our wine for dinner to avoid some expected sommelier traffic congestion. Turns out the ...
... oh man, is he ever cheap on the inside. Surprisingly this thing makes it up hills...it definitely has to work a lot harder. Oh, and now we get the luxury of reading the odometer in miles per hour...joy! At least we will fit in when we make it to the USA! We miss Guido everyday, Cruella seems so far away and now we are stuck with our Mexican amigo. Il crapoddoro will make it home to Montreal, but will we ever be glad to have ...
... passengers had boarded our ship in Halifax. I had never considered this possibility on our cruise but it certainly made sense for Canadian passengers. What is it they say about being too soon old and too late smart?
Having had our fix of Canadiana, we prepared ourselves for the next five days at sea. Luckily, both Joan and I enjoy the days at sea. Our e-readers are full of books to read and ...
... shuttle to home. I was lucky, because the plane was fully booked, and they asked for volunteers to take the next flight. I even got an EXIT seat with more leg room! It worked out well - this time.
I walked 43 miles during my ten days in Canada. Another great trip that I enjoyed tremendously.
Thank you for visiting.
... totally destroyed. As it turned out Lac Megantic was slap on our route towards Quebec City so we dropped in there.
After parking Jambo in the main street we walked a few metres, first to the town’s church where we found moving displays of messages of condolence and flowers sent from both local residents and many from other parts of Canada offering support to those who had lost family members in the fireball that wiped out a massive area ...