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... to the Citadel since one of the couples with us had not had a chance to check it out. As opposed to yesterday, the place was packed since it was Canada Day and there was no entry fee. Since we were there for the "noon gun", we opted to go outside the fort and watch the 21 gun salute that followed the “noon gun”. It had been several years since I had heard a 105 towed gun being fired, but it did not take me long ...
... had about three hours to kill. We were in no hurry to get back on the HMS Retirement, so we took off walking down the very nice boardwalk by the harbor. We found a few shops to browse through, and tried the free wifi. Tried was the key word there. Whenever the sign says "free wifi" it always translates to "doesn't work". By now it was time to face the line to board. Another entry in the Princess does it better list. Once on board we ...
... had them while sitting in the sun.
After a rest we decided to try and discover some more of the city and walked in
a different direction. We found the Public Gardens and had a lovely time
sitting in there enjoying the greenery and I had a few licks of Jen's peanut
butter fudge and chocolate ice cream. I must warn you that a lot of this blog
will be food related!
Today after the
cemetery we went ...
... away from the Harbour and downtown (West) Then we worked our way South to Young Avenue, which exemplifies the unique and striking Maritime archetecture. Such lovely houses! I rented a few throughout my 6 years living in New Brunswick way back when, and have warm memories of good times in these residences. A few sample photos of the Young Avenue houses are attached to the blog. At the end of this road is the entrance to Point Pleasant Park, which has ...
... from here in 1995. This flight Swissair 111 had ran into trouble of the coast here and plunged into the ocean killing all on board. We visited the peaceful memorial set amongst rear coastal wildflowers. The memorial pointed out to the site of the crash and just held simple rememberance words that resonated as you took in the peaceful scene. We moved on from here heading towards our next destination, Lunenburg. About 40 minutes into this drive we spotted a ...
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