Saint Mary's University Residence

Address: 923 Robie Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the South End area of Halifax, is near Halifax Public Gardens, Pier 21, Point Pleasant Park, and Dalhousie University.
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Travel Blogs from Halifax

Day 35 Halifax Nova Scotia Thursday Sept 18

A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

We were to dock at 8am today but due to some malfunction through the night it was closer to 10am thus causing some excursions to be cancelled. Our excursion Heart of Historic Halifax was due to leave at 12pm so it was not affected.When do you have lunch you might ask and by 3pm at the end of it we were a little peckish so on return to the ship we called into the buffet and had a sandwich ...

I don't hootie tootie anymore

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 12, 2014

38 photos

Rain was forecast, but the day looked promising as we gently and very steadily edged backwards into the rather industrial berth in the port of Halifax. Our view as we finished breakfast in our cabin was one of elderly cranes, heaps of dockside paraphernalia and men in luminous jackets walking about in an early morning purposeful and important kind of a way. No tenders here, we were able to walk down the gangway. With dire warnings that we would not be let back on without photo ID. As ...


A travel blog entry by barbo on Sep 02, 2014

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... good day. Halifax became inseparably connected to the ill-fated maiden voyage of the “Titanic” – the unsinkable ship - 705 survivors,1,500 lives lost - as at Fairview Lawn cemetery, 121 of the ship’s victims are buried including the grave of the “unknown child”. The Titanic struck an iceberg at 11.40pm on April, 1912 and sank at 2.20am April 15. Two days later, a ship left Halifax with ...

Halifax Citadel

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Jun 30, 2014

36 photos

... began in 1828 and continued until 1856.

The British garrison changed frequently, with regiments staying two to four years at a time. Thousands of families called the Citadel home. Though British North America became the Dominion of Canada in 1867, the continuing importance of Halifax as a port for the Royal Navy saw British troops remain there until 1906. After that, the Canadian military, with the old fort serving through two world wars as a transit ...

A Nice Trap

A travel blog entry by sparsel on Jun 25, 2014

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... 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 ...

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