The Garden South Park Inn
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... is government, 2nd is military and 3rd is health care. It is a peninsula with water on 3 sides. The highest building in the city is a church with a steeple 44ft tall...so McDonalds had to lower their big M sign not to compete. Both McDonalds and Subway sell lobster rolls. Lobster used to be the poor mans food in this region, but not anymore! Fishing now other than lobster is for cod, haddock and halibut. A rather sad history for Halifax. Firstly they had to rescue everyone ...
... 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 ...
... how loud they are, especially, if you are in front of the piece.
We then decided to have lunch before the Tattoo at 2:30. We found Durty Nelly's, an Irish pub and grill. After ordering a couple of Keith’s IPAs, we selected the fishcakes with chow (chow-chow for most of us), fries and Caesar’s salad. Very tasty!
We then walked back to the Metro Center to attend the Tattoo. The show started at ...
... of residence in the
Dalhousie University. We have a great view of the Sea front and the port though
we only discovered this yesterday when the fog lifted! We could hardly see any
of the buildings in front of us the fog was so thick. The fog has been ever
present and keeps rolling in and out, which appears to be what it is always
We spent the first
evening wandering and seeing what ...
... play the guitar. She is really rather good. She has been touring Canada by rail and playing at lots of venues for the past month. She is from Vancouver so we hope to see her again when we get there. The next day we said farewell to Lisa and then Kate and I visited the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21. It is housed in the building that all immigrants to Canada would have come through on arrival. This included war brides, evacuee children ...