TripAdvisor Reviews Oceanside Inn Nova Scotia
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... I happened to vanish. Much like how sailors salvage bits of wreckage to reclaim moments of lost time, so I wondered how to prove I existed, how to know I was really there, seeing those things, thinking those thoughts, unless other people were beside me to witness it, to claim me from the clutches of the blue coldness. I could be swept out to sea and no one would ever know what became of me. Life seemed suddenly so unbearably precarious; and it is this existential fragility that ...
... overboard. Bonnie and I were in our cabin already and Bonnie was looking off our balcony at the time. She saw a small group of women on deck 7 below us crying. They are no longer visible. The captain announced via ship speakers requesting all to return to their respective cabins for an immediate head count. This was repeated on three different occasions.
Meanwhile, Bonnie and I were on our ...
... is part of the recurring theme in Atlantic Canada: dwelling on the past.
Maritimers are a friendly bunch, always with a smile, a greeting or a wave when you pass. They also love to tell you stories about how things "used to be". They speak of depleted fish stocks and the youth leaving town because there are no jobs left. When a hurricane advisory hit the airwaves less than a week into our trip, the locals ...
Our flight to London
and then over to Halifax went very well. It's the first time I (Jenny) had done
such a long flight but it went in quite quickly while watching some ******
films that were put on the big screen. We got free food and drinks which is something
we have not had in years as we always travel cheap, where you have to pretty
much pay for the air you breathe.
We made it through
... the Venice airport. I only cringed a little with her parting shot, "let's hope you see them there". In the words of Alfred E. Newman...what me worry? So, here we sit in the Halifax Airport awaiting our next flight. My boarding passes could almost make a poker hand, there are so many. But one down and only 3 to go. Let the snacking ...
Other places to stay in Nova Scotia
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $170
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $173
- Great hotel experience.
- Very elegant hotel
- Loved the Westin
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $200
- Location Location - Best in Halifax
- Ok, but over rated!.
- Absolutely Horrible
West End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $138
- Not so clean, bad management. Stay away!
- Very Nice Hotel but Out of the Way
- Stay Away !!
South End, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $188
- Great place to stay
- Tailored to my Needs
- Not what it's cracked up to be
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $147
- Wonderful hotel
- Nice but a bit worn
- Wonderful find!
Dartmouth Centre, Dartmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $98
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Best Hotel I have stayed at....
- Stellar Hotel
- Excellent Hotel
Albro Lake, Dartmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $89
Downtown Halifax, Halifax | 4 star hotelfrom $162
- Surprisingly good service
- Great stay
- Great place
437 Prince Street, Truro | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Armdale, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $126
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $166
- Fantastic stay at the Cambridge Suites
- Great stay
- Great place!
200 Pratt & Whitney Dr, Enfield | 3 star hotelfrom $122
75 White Point Beach Road, Queens County | 2 star hotelfrom $162
15 Spectacle Lake Drive, Dartmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $140
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $144
- Nice Hotel, great location
- Really wonderful!!
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $136
Clayton Park West, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $119
Rockingham, Halifax | 2 star hotelfrom $117
Clayton Park West, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $122
417 Main Street, Yarmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $108
South End, Halifax | 3 star hotelfrom $157
- Great Hotel! Great Breakfast!
- Favorite place to to stay in Halifax
Sydney, Sydney | 3 star hotelfrom $123