Ramada Plaza Dartmouth Park Place
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... Park would be just about the best thing to see in Halifax. I was told by the officer at tourist information that the park is about a two kilometre circuit, so about a six kilometre route from my hostel door there and back. Adding in the extra distance I travelled due to getting a bit lost in the maze of interconnecting paths- so much so I pretty much ran the circuit twice- I completed a lovely 8km. Point Pleasant is indeed wonderful, a favourite spot for joggers, dog walkers ...
... cream). We were given a very tiny cup as a sample. We got a small piece of cheese and a small broken piece of the cow chips as well. The tour in Tillamook was way better and free with gobs of samples of every kind to try. Way better. I guess we're a little bitter, but we still bought stuff. Tourists! They'll buy anything.
After spending a precious hour at Cows, we went to go see Fort-la-Joye /Fort Amherst National Historic site. It is located ...
... was a rap on the window. Scott McKnight was outside the boat on the dock. Scott, Marcy, Meghan and the kids were in town because Meghan flies home today from Halifax. They all came aboard for a drink and a brief visit. Strange coincidence we were here at the same time and Scott recognized the boat. We are at Tim Horton's for breakfast and WiFi as we can't get it on the boat. Next we are off to the ...
... the front seat. The driver asked me if I was planning on driving, to which I answered no. He suggested that I go around to the left side then where the passengers sit. I was almost sitting behind the driver's wheel. We all got a chuckle out of that. When we arrived at the hotel, our room was not yet ready. So, we were invited into the restaurant for a complimentary full English made to order breakfast. It was lovely and much appreciated. ...
... had them while sitting in the sun.
After a rest we decided to try and discover some more of the city and walked in
a different direction. We found the Public Gardens and had a lovely time
sitting in there enjoying the greenery and I had a few licks of Jen's peanut
butter fudge and chocolate ice cream. I must warn you that a lot of this blog
will be food related!
Today after the
cemetery we went ...