Quality Inn Mic Mac
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Mic Mac Dartmouth
Travel Blogs from Dartmouth
... is the memorial to the lost fishermen (yes, only one or two women) at the edge of the main pier.
Next to that, there remains a fish plant (home of High Liner Foods, Canadian Operations). The old dory boats sit next to it, only used now for fun races along the harbour. Overlooking that are several shops, restaurants and B&B's.
Reflecting the British ...
... district. The highlight is the Halifax Harbour which is beautiful and only a 10 minute ferry-ride for us. Our lunch at a Vietnamese place was perfect too.
Today we hung out here as the weather was and cool and cloudy with rain forecast. Did walk back to that fish and chip place (Evans Seafood) near the dock for chowder and chips and scallops. Their food is the best ever. ...
... after having spent five days at sea. We found the Seafood Warehouse Restaurant which turned out to serve delicious food with lots of good laughs and wine. We managed to make it back to the ship and although it was late I had a really good nights sleep and woke up with a clear head. Today we shared a taxi with Leni, Gary, Paul ...
Sadly, all good things must come to an end, including my Icelandic exploration but Reykjavik was bathed in sunshine when I woke up this morning and it was a perfect day to spend drinking in all the sights under a brilliant blue sky. After stowing my luggage at the hotel, I decided to walk downtown instead of using the city bus this morning. As I walked down the path next to the hotel, I stumbled upon an Elf Stone with an interpretive sign and an invitation to sit on the stone ...
... fruit taste and included Australian ingredients. After the tour we went to the pub next door and I tried mussels - I can't say i'm a fan.
- We were throughly entertained at the Old Triangle Irish Alehouse with traditional Maritime fiddle music, dancers and bloody caesars (of course!). This was followed by a midnight snack of bacon wrapped mussels cooked in maple syrup before hitting up the Casino were Karen used to work and playing the 'Larry the Lobster' slot ...