Quality Inn Mic Mac

313 Prince Albert Road, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, B2Y 1N3, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Dartmouth Centre area of Dartmouth, is near Historic Properties, Alderney Landing, Old Town Clock, and Harbourside Market.
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    Nova Scotia

    A travel blog entry by miaandpappy4 on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... has the feel of a colonial settlement. Peggy's Cove is another unique small fishing village which is well known for it's lighthouse perched atop massive granite that has been worn smooth by the waves. There are mountains of granite to climb on. The monument that depicts the faces,lives, and legends of fishermen is a relief sculpture chiseled from one large piece of granite. We stopped last night at a lobster shanty and bought lobsters, had them cooked, ...


    A travel blog entry by amybrazier on May 29, 2014

    13 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Best chowder ever! (Bar Harbor & Halifax)

    A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 25, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    Until today, the best chowder I had ever had was over 10 years ago in Dingle, Ireland: we were wet and freezing and taking shelter in a pub (a recurring theme?) and warmed ourselves up with the house special - a seafood chowder. I have searched and searched but haven't been able to find anything to replicate that perfect meal until today: we were again wet and freezing after doing a 2-hour bike tour of Halifax in the rain and cold and were on our way back to ...

    Titanic & Citadel

    A travel blog entry by suep21 on Dec 30, 2013

    11 photos

    ... while reading the information signage that the lovely lighthouse I took photo's of yesterday is on George Island. George Island was part of the "Halifax Defence Complex" mid 18th century to the Second World War. It had an Island prison camp, a look out point,an Acadian prison camp & a quarantine station. Only one more day of 2013 left. Happy New Year everyone. :-) I will be thinking of you ...

    A cold day on the coast of the North Atlantic

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Oct 31, 2013

    42 photos

    ... many of sites of Halifax including the harbor area, the cemetery in which victims of the Titanic were buried, the modern downtown section of town, homes on the outskirts of the city and the Welsford-Parker Monument to the fallen Canadian soldiers of the Crimean War (it is the only monument honoring the sacrifices of soldiers in the Crimean War on the North American Continent), and we also visited the Halifax Citadel a fortress on a hill overlooking the old town clock. It is the latest ...