A Tanner's Home Inn
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Day: 9 & 10
Albums: Turn it on Again, The Hits - Genesis
Track: That's All
Halifax as it greeted us, bids us farewell with rain. It is a real shame, as I feel this city would have been beautiful if we had seen just a few hours of sunshine. But, ever the optimist I am sure better things, better weather and some great running lie ahead.
During our trip across North America, we are using land transport only, we could have quite easily ...
... br> During our 2.5 hour bus tour, the driver pointed out all the businesses owned by the Irvings. Irving Oil, or course. Trucking companies, tug boats, wharves, and the suppliers for all of their business and are the largest landowners in Maine. Here's a link to a Wall Street Journal article about the Irvings. For more, google Irving Enterprises New Brunswick.
We toured ...
... Dalkey Castle, Dalkey Best Overall Shopping - John Lewis (London) Best Off the Beaten Path - Dalkey, Ireland Best Unexpected Surprise - Smock Alley Theatre 3rd Birthday Party (Dublin) Best Upgrade - Taylor's Three Rock Irish Cabaret upgraded from the Irish House Party (Dublin) Biggest Disappointment - Camden Market (London) Best Holiday Habit - cheese and ...
... and I'm very grateful). One thing I'm getting tired of hearing, and wish I had a dollar for every time I've heard (seriously, I'd be rich), is all this talk about me meeting my "euro hubby." Clearly you guys have been reading too many Nicholas Sparks novels. For starters, I'm going for 6 months..if I come back married, somebody slap me. On a different note, I've never procrastinated so much in my entire life. Seriously. I made a candy cane countdown to my trip. My ...
... even the plans don't always work as we saw several gas stations in small towns that had closed recently. This meant I dropped back to the Western US strategy of buying gas as soon as the gauge gets to half as there is no such thing as too much gas, unless of course you are on fire. We crossed into Canada at Calais, ME and the Customs folks were bey nice. Curious but nice. We then motored up Canada 1 to Saint John and our hotel, arriving at what we thought was ...