Ramada Plaza Dartmouth Park Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The other day I went for a morning run around the Halifax peninsula at Point Pleasant Park. Partly this was a recce to suss out where the best photography spots would be: one does not take lightly the awesome responsibility of capturing the North Atlantic Ocean in all its glory. Partly it was due to a dire need to exercise, for I am beyond the age where I can munch through whole boxes of oatmeal cookies in so many hours with impunity. Mostly it was because I had an inkling that ...
... in the task of recovering victims and more than a hundred were buried in the local cemeteries. A Swiss airliner also came down in the late 90s two kilometres off the coast and ships in Halifax were successful in recovering all 229 bodies. Rather than look around town we decided to venture out on a tour of Peggy's Cove, a tiny fishing village about 30 minutes drive from Halifax. A very scenic drive ...
... little self for our feisty Cruella at the Sydney airport. In order to not get charged for returning a non-Ontario plated car, we went to the Budget at the Halifax airport to do one last final swap for an Ontario car. We finally made it and waited and waited and waited. After figuring out they had no more Ontario plates left, they told us we would be taking an american car to bring it back closer the states. Yep, that's ...
... we decided to have our lunch in a little are out of the wind overlooking one of the cliffs. Thankfully no sign of coyotes on the trail. Sadly, I did not get to see a moose, but there will be many more chances.
We then drove to Hall’s Harbor, a little fishing village off the western coast. On the way up we noticed the harbor seemed strange, it wasn’t until be noticed that the boats were sitting on the rocks of the ...
... time to take in this city! I lamented. Finding an open adult beverage store, we stocked up, and started heading home. We wiled away the afternoon playing cards (Elimination with a Twist) then telephoned the kids' favourite Chinese Takeaway, and enjoyed our feast. All five of us agreed that we had never dined on Chinese food for Easter Sunday, ever. Monday April 21 After laying out a continental brekkie, we set out on a big walk. At first it was all ...