Days Inn And Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Bridgewater
... Mai (SA 2, one each)
Number of visits to doctors: 1 (Miriam, eyelid infection, great care from a general surgeon) (SA 0)
Number of rainbows seen: 1 (SA 3)
Number of times Emma and Kelly met us at the airport and Emma stomped her feet in joy – One Awesome Time!
A note from the unstatistician: some of ...
... Nova Scotia, where we are due to arrive tonight at about 8.00pm.
Once again we went up to the Observatory for a drink and a light lunch and enjoyed looking out at the sea. We noticed quite a few birds today, indicating that we are getting closer to land. Indeed, Captain Bamberg in his noon announcement informed us that the ocean depth was only 75 metres; really shallow compared to the 3,800 metres depth at which the Titanic lies.
... get power, except when you don’t.·
Shower curtains are entirely optional ·
You have to leave your passport when you check
in at many hotels·
Take the business card of the place where you
are staying in case you get lost.
Power pole guide wires are ...
... view point and anything else that might crop up. After stopping in Port Hawkesbury for supplies, we stopped for lunch at the Port Hastings Visitor Centre, which had been our first stop on Cape Breton Island previously and then for a McFlurry in Antigonish, where we had spent the night at Walmart just a little while ago. On our way again, we turned south to Sherbrooke and then west again to Halifax, stopping ...
... was pretty eventful.
Now I wouldn't go so far as to say the declarations made by my new Belorussian friend were in anyway prophetic, but for a few days after wards I was beginning to think that maybe there was some method behind his madness.
After the initial settle in period and once again finding my way around my new surroundings, one of the first places I felt the need to visit was Pier 21, which is to Canada what Ellis Island is to America. Being the first ...