Holiday Inn Express Halifax / Bedford
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... by rafting up our canoes and holding up a tarp as a sail. It was pretty windy, so we covered a big distance like this. We finally made it to the river and pushed ourselves upstream to our camping spot. We stayed in the back of a park on a nice grassy field. Beans and I took the kids into town to get some McDonald's as a treat. We ordered 31 burgers in one order, it nearly gave the manager a heart attack. She was running around all flustered. On Day 5 we paddled ...
... and how the people lived used to live there. The fort was built so well that they never had anyone try to attack them. After a few hours it was time to walk downtown to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Our admission was $8.50 each. It was all to do with boat and things that had happened around Halifax. The Titanic of 1912 was relived here as 150 people from the boat were buried in Halifax cemetery's, 40 of them still sit unnamed. Halifax was ...
... best 220 mile loop in North America. Between technical riding, scenery, and the people/culture along the Cabot Trail there are few places that can compare. And you don't have to deal with California!
There were stretches of NL that were fantastic, but none a loop. And try as I might, I didn't have near enough time to even try to get a grasp on the NL culture. Cape Breton felt like home.
From Freedom Cycles to Henry House for ...
... to the hostel.
On Sunday, I managed to fit in another full day of sightseeing. I started at the Pier 21 museum which was located on the old Pier 21 where many immigrants made their first entry into Canada. After spending the morning exploring the exhibits, I stopped at the café for a hotdog and chips for lunch. Now, this was the only disappointing part of the weekend: I had forgotten that Canadian chips are British Crisps. After ...
... change in tides ( range from low to high tide is remarkable). At low tide you can walk along the beach and amongst the flower pots and caverns but obviously this is only within a selected period of time. We would never have made it to Hopewell Rocks at low tide since we were travelling from Saint John, even if we hadnt stopped by Fundy, but that didnt matter, we just wanted to see the 'flower pots' and take in views of the amazing coastline. When we arrived it was close to closing ...