The Garden South Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... so it was off down
therte to explore.
As I walk down a street towards the seafront I cannot help but notice a
number of motorcycles parked up on the curve along the seafront road. Of course
me being a biker just cannot resist going and having a look around these bikes
and within minutes I am chatting to other bikers.
After a good laugh with these chaps I strolled on along the coast and seen
a few preserved ships and a few tall ships which take folk out on ...
... day and there may not be much to report, unless of course there is success at quoits or TT, I thought that I would recap on the highlights so far both in terms of cruise venues and the people we have met. For me, and for Chris, Boston has been the highlight of the cruise so far closely followed by Halifax. New York falls into third place with Newport and Portland as "also rans", or in this case fillers in the itinerary. Maybe I'm being a little unkind to Newport ...
... region. I had the opportunity to visit there last year, and recommend it for those who plan to visit Halifax.
Another worthwhile visit is the Halifax Citadel that sits on the top of the hill that was completed in 1856 as a key naval station for the British Navy. They have actors and docents in dated costumes and interactive exhibits. It also provides a great view of the waterfront for picture taking.
It is noted that ...
... new suitcase for our hand luggage since one of the bags had broken on the way over. Then, he and Els went off to buy an awesome new laptop bag.
As we were waiting for the desk to open, Marcel, Mijke, Thijmen, Pepijn and Madelief turned up, since they were flying to Corfu on the same day. We said goodbye to Flip and Els, and once the desk opened, we checked our luggage, and headed through customs in a new section, where they already x-rayed our hand luggage. We then had coffee ...
... the 1790s with the onset of the French Revolution. Throughout the Napoleonic Wars and the War of 1812, Halifax served as the headquarters for the North American Station of the Royal Navy, with the Citadel as the port's principal landward defense.
After the Napoleonic Wars in 1815, the British decided that wooden forts, including the Citadel should be replaced with by more powerful and permanent works of stone. The present fort became a legacy of the War of ...