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... the prompt attention by the crew. Well done WestJet! As we disembarked the plane we were led to customs & immigration, which was a very simple process. No questions asked...the agent just stamped our passports and we were on our way to claim our bags and meet our waiting driver. The ride to our hotel took approx. 20 minutes and we enjoyed the scenic views along the way. One funny that happened as we were loading in the car had me going to ...
... did them justice – unlike the theatre where flat/sharp notes can be hidden, the echo of the atrium just made it more pronounced.
Once again it was 'everything must go’ day at Bingo and having won my ticket last night, I was hoping that the luck would continue. It didn’t. That said unlike last time when there was a three way tie, this time the $2500 jackpot went to a single person.
It was just a part of a normal non-denominational graveyard. Many were buried
without a name.
Once we had been
round the museum and we came out we discovered that the fog had lifted and the
sun was out. Suddenly it was warm and all the shops and huts were open, people
were milling about and it was a completely different atmosphere. We found a stand
that did some amazing veggie hot dogs ...
... trip taxi and hotel room, the cost was $300, and I had to pay the hotel in Halifax for the night that I missed. I went to bed at 2:30am. I made a claim for reimbursement with United Airlines for the taxi and hotel bills.
In Nova Scotia, we hear a lot about the Acadians. Here's a summary of what I've learned about ...
... Land Rover when measuring ourselves against the huge rigs the Canadians and their American cousins go “camping” in. Why 2 people need a 45 ft coach type RV or 5th wheel type trailer van to camp in is quite beyond me….
At Sandy Point we were devoured by mosquitoes (again) – we honestly thought we had seen the last of them way back west. But this was more than made up for by the beautiful sunset we had laid on for ...
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