Ramada Plaza Dartmouth Park Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... was to get out of the comfort zone, after all. Anyway, I have managed flights and accommodation for a bit cheaper than I anticipated, so I am fairly happy with the morning's progress. Currently sorted in Halifax until the 2 December, after which I will fly to Toronto and be free to get the Greyhound bus to my winter job in the Ontario mountains. I will have a few extra days in Halifax to hole up in the dorm room with the ...
... logs and others hauling potatoes. Ten minutes later we were on the ferry and heading to Nova Scotia. The ferry ride was 75 minutes and we decided it was a good time to eat lunch. They had a small cafeteria and so Ted had a hamburger with fries and gravy and Sheree had poutine. Pretty good fare and reasonable prices for a ferry. Greek ferries could learn about food preparation from them.
When we got off in Nova Scotia we found a ...
... make it to Halifax where we were meeting Greg, our CS (coach surfing) host.
Unfortunately there was a time change and we were and hour late meeting Greg and arrived around 8:30. He took us on a walk around the city so we could stretch out legs and we headed back to his apartment. It was the first night in 3 days we slept flat and it was a relieving sensation to stretch ...
... once we landed, we obviously didn't look too dodgy! The car
was picked up and off we went to try and find our accommodation in Halifax. All
the cars are HUGE and it was all so American looking, it was very weird to start
with as I have never been to North America before and really only know things
from films, tv shows and books. Once we came into Halifax the houses were
really cute and colourful. We are staying ...
... the car over to O'Regans in Portland this afternoon. Made a flask of coffee and sandwiches Richard keyed in the beaches in the GPS and we were off for the day. Overcast and quite cool when we left the Best Western Hotel down Commodore Drive to Burnside Road then onto Hwy 111S where we had a maniac driver weaving in and out of the lanes nearly hit us as we were trying to exit on ramp 6B to Hwy 7E. Had to concentrate as it was ...