Days Inn And Conference Center

Address: 50 North St, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, B4V 2V6, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 50 North St, Bridgewater, is near McNab's Island, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, C.S.S. Acadia, and Quaker House.
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Travel Blogs from Bridgewater

Canadian Lecture Series

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 29, 2014

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... the second floor and dutifully I tossed my finished coffee cup and climbed the stairs. A lady had this beautiful stall of crafts made of glass, all glistening and laid out on mirrors, a photographic dream. My hands itched. She caught me staring at her glass pens and asked if I would like to try one. I declined (hey, my hands were still cold and sore!) and said, actually, what I really wanted was to take a picture. She frowned at me moodily and eventually said sarcastically, So ...


A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Nov 27, 2014

... online and I was brutally told by the reception staff that I was paying a 'front desk rate'. For 'front desk rate', read daylight robbery. (For travel frustration, refer to the billion hidden costs that inhabit every single monetary transaction. Paying for my seat choice on a flight? I don't think so!) But it is also the prescriptive and prohibitive signs they have tacked up all around this place; it makes me feel like I am ...

Cows, Fox and Lobster bisque

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 29, 2014

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... accomplish that..... but it was sooo tasty. How could you go wrong with lobster and top notch ingredients? We picked up some good Belgian bread and Cow butter to go with it and it made for super fine dining. Well, we thought so. It was so much fun trying this out together in such a tiny space with rudimentary tools. Oh by the way, the Dollarama nut crackers we bought for the job were useless. Imagine that, a dollar tool no good for cracking lobsters. Go ...

I don't hootie tootie anymore

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Sep 12, 2014

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... backing on the local free bandwidth. The walk into Halifax was lovely. The sun had come out and we walked along the waterside, which was clean and interesting. There were small yacht basins, cafes, the maritime museum, bike rental opportunities and a generally welcoming air. Passing statues of Mr Halifax himself, otherwise known a Mr Cunard, and a statue called the Immigrant which showed a man rushing forward dragging his family, with cases flying.... showing hope, desperation and ...

An interesting city with much to tell ...

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Jul 11, 2014

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... from the Titanic - the rescue and recovery vessels were based out of Halifax, which was the nearest port to the disaster.

There was also a very comprehensive display of the infamous Halifax Explosion of WW1, where a munition ship blew up at the dockside (it had been hit in the harbour, but drifted, afire, into the dock) and wiped out a huge swathe of the town ... the crew of the Tugboat that tried to prevent her from drifting and rescue ...