Holiday Inn Express Halifax / Bedford
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... to complete by Friday so mum, dad and I left him to work while we walked along the Halifax Harbour Boardwalk. It is lovely boardwalk which follows the water. When we were coming back we saw a military band playing and marching. They were excellent. We didn't know where they were from so when I got back to the hotel I zoomed in on the photo I had taken of the drum which had a name on it and then Googled the name ! They were ...
... painted here,
So did Wendy Muise.
At this point only one animal was missing from our list – the moose. But there he was in a swamp by the road just as we were leaving the park. He was a young male with buds for antlers and was happy to pose for passing photographers.
Our last stop in Ontario was a visit with Wendy’s friends, George and Helgard, in Petawawa. ...
... very far away, literally just across the higway. Once we arrived we quickly checked in and went to relax in our room. The hotel was clean. Nothing fancy, but quite suitable for an overnight stay. We prefer the Hilton, but this room was booked on hotwire.com and the price was right. $60 cheaper than booking with Hilton, and we were only going to be in the room for nine hours. This morning we enjoyed a nice complimentary hot/cold breakfast ...
... 6, 1917 in Halifax Harbour 2 ships collided, one filled with 400,000lbs of TNT. The blast instantly killed 2,000, injured 10,000 & obliterated 13 hectares of North Halifax. Windows were shattered 80 kilometres away & pieces of the hull were found 5.5km away! All due to human error just like the Titanic, what a terrible tragedy!
Titanic artifacts are also on ...
... the size, she started to complain that it was not too big but too heavy, and that was important too. So Justin removed our two computer hard drives and some jewelry from the bag, and took a quick picture of it. It was supposed to show up in Halifax. I attached a little red heart that I had on my purse to make it easier to recognize, and that was it then for the bag.
The first flight to Reykjavik took two hours and 45 minutes, and was very easy. As we landed in Keflavik, ...