Quality Inn & Suites Bayer's Lake
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... making it a fun place to get to know. Before dinner, we walked along the Halifax Waterfront. It's great as it's full of sights, sounds, food, people, pubs and historic buildings. You can walk along the harbour from the Casino all the way up to Pier 21 in the south.
... br> I stopped at one shop that attracted my attention called "Chocolatier"
which seemed like just the shop for a chocoholic like myself. Inside here they
had deals going for such things as a coffee and 3 chocs for $3 etc. Of course I
ended up having about 3 coffees and about 20 chocolates as they were just so
nice and tasty.
From then on I headed along more of the quiet streets and finally arrived
back at the hotel.
... one of our last days together. We were picked up on Day 12 (29th August) and driven back to camp. I was definalty ready for OT to be over and was super excited to return to camp and see all my friends. It was actually the last day of camp, so there was lot going on, like banquet and closing campfire. We stayed up until midnight finishing off our camper evaluations and our L1 Plaque. All my campers left me on Saturday morning. I had to drive one of my campers ...
Well the captain got in late and we had to line up for the first time on this ship! We took an excursion to Peggy's Cove where I went as a youngster and fell on the rocks and have a scar forever to remind me of it....although I don't remember much, the place was spectacular! It is Canada's most famous fishing village. Apparently a ship got wrecked there with only one survivor...Peggy...hence Peggy's cove. As well as one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world there is ...
... they had the usual uniformed re-enactors as well as a Garrison museum which included, amongst other things, the rifle that belonged to one of the Guards on duty at the front gate on the day of The Explosion - he survived, not badly wounded, but his rifle was in less good nick!
I also took a video of one of the re-enactors firing his breech loading Snider Enfield rifle (unfortunately from a rear-ish angle, it was the best I could get) ...