The Garden South Park Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... itself is a nice city. Not a whole lot going on, we were definitely there for too long, but still a nice city, There is a really nice waterfront area, with food truck type restaurants, boat tours, buskers, craft stalls and pubs. You could easily just spend an afternoon down there, which we did.
Halifax was also the place we decided to get the van serviced, so after dropping it off, we walked up to the citadel. I wasn't expecting much, the ...
cocktails. It was certainly more quieter down here than up in the rooms
At 11pm I headed back to my room and still the noise went on. However with
all the alcohol in me and ear plugs in I hope to get some sleep.
Tomorrow is the day that my adventure really begins as I leave aboard "The
Ocean" express train for Montreal and Toronto.
And that's about all for today, time to try and get some sleep in this
... and warms up our land and hearts. Only then are we rejoicing in this land of the gods and goddesses for our short yet spectacular two months - if we are lucky - of summer. Gorgeous beaches, many devoid of other humans, reaching on forever and inviting us into the crisp freshness, revitalization, and cleansing waves of the Atlantic ocean.
All that being said, we are heading into a time in our ...
We spent the day in Halifax today.
First, we went to the Maritime Museum. We were most interested in the Titantic exhibit. Did you know that cable boats from Halifax were hired after the Titantic disaster to recover bodies from the Atlantic?
After the Maritime Museum, we had a great lunch at Ristorante a Mano. Then we headed to Alexander Keith's Brewery for a tour. Those who like it? Like it a lot!!!
... Halifax was claimed by the British in 1497 by John Cabot...before that was a combined Portuguese, French and Scottish Nova Scotia has a population of 1 million (Canada 36M) and has 6,000 miles of coastline with many blind harbours...used by the rum runners to hide from US boats! It was formal night and Fred got dressed and then felt very sick. We went to bar but then I brought him home. Stan checked him out and we all think it was over tired as well as sea sickness....pretty rough ...