Ramada Plaza Dartmouth Park Place
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... our suitcases will be able to close with our purchases inside. We walked through the campuses of Dalhousie and Kings College, with Dylan orating a fine historical tour. That evening, en route to the Metro Centre where we were about to take in Game 5 of the Halifax Mooseheads VS Quebec's Val d'Or Fereurs (a 25 minute walk) we stopped for poutine, which is insanely popular in this city. I chose mine with Montreal smoked ...
... 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 ...
... shot was ever fired in anger.
we then headed down into the town and had a look around at the parks we came across a twin memorial one for the RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the other for the War dead.
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Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald first began planning a permanent force to patrol the North-West Territories after the Dominion of Canada purchased the territory from the Hudson's Bay ...
... shuttle to home. I was lucky, because the plane was fully booked, and they asked for volunteers to take the next flight. I even got an EXIT seat with more leg room! It worked out well - this time.
I walked 43 miles during my ten days in Canada. Another great trip that I enjoyed tremendously.
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... in its own wooded grounds near the town. Not far away was the impressive and obviously exclusive Fairmont Le Chateau hotel, the world’s largest log hotel, standing in 65,000 acres and offering lots of outdoor attractions. One such was the only Land Rover
Experience off road driving academy in Canada. We stopped outside their offices in the hotel grounds only to find no one on duty even though there were some shiny Land Rover and Range ...