Holiday Inn Express Halifax / Bedford
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We have been in Halifax for 5 days now and it has been a wonderful mix of spending time with family, catching up on life, showers and a nice warm bed. I will try to give you a nice little recap of our time without making it sounds like all we did was eat and sleep.
Sarah and Ben are of course awesome possum hosts and have been nothing but welcoming. We are their first guests in Halifax and we are taking advantage of it by probably overstaying ...
Halifax and the surrounding countryside of Nova Scotia is simply out of a picture story book, pretty and quaint. Halifax was founded in 1749, serving as the headquarters for the North American Station of the Royal Navy. It was in fact founded by the Scotts and Nova Scotia means New Scotland. We docked last night and got off for a walk ...
... It was the largest man made explosion before the Atomic Bomb. It killed 2000 people and injured many more. Karen told me the story of how her grandmothers hair was cut off with a flying plate - she was late for school that day.
- The Citadel was the next port of call and was a defensive stronghold. The headquarters were established in 1794 for defending the coast, harbour and Halifax. It was one of the most defended ports in North America, being an ...
... bell a few times then it magically started up and deposited us on the 6th floor when we were aiming for the lobby. We walked down the flights of steps rather than get back on that elevator. There are a lot of red roofs up here and we heard that the origin is from fishermen using the red color for navigation. They would know how many red roofs were in their community and it helped them come home. Another thing we heard from Quebec City was that Cirque du Soleil ...