The Inn at Fisherman's Cove
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... 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 ...
... oh man, is he ever cheap on the inside. Surprisingly this thing makes it up hills...it definitely has to work a lot harder. Oh, and now we get the luxury of reading the odometer in miles per hour...joy! At least we will fit in when we make it to the USA! We miss Guido everyday, Cruella seems so far away and now we are stuck with our Mexican amigo. Il crapoddoro will make it home to Montreal, but will we ever be glad to have ...
... If you are ever in the area, please plan on being in the Halifax area the first week in July and get tickets to the Tattoo. A must do item for your bucket list.
We then walked out of the center and right onto the bus (thanks to our bus driver) and were back at the RV park by a few minutes after 6:00 without having to fight the crowds and traffic.
A long, but great day! And, yes, Molly was really glad to see ...
... br> started the day with a visit to the Maritime Museum which was very interesting.
Halifax has a massive maritime history with it being the closest port to Europe
on this side of the Atlantic. It told the stories of all the ships that had
gone aground near here over the years and the biggest one being the Titanic.
When she sunk not that far from here it was ships from Halifax that went out to
help and look for ...
... Maritime Museum of the Atlantic which was fascinating. It included an exhibit on the Halifax Explosion of 1917, caused by a French munitions ship carelessly careening into a Norwegian ship and exploding. The explosion destroyed a vast portion of downtown Halifax, including some of Barrington Street, on which our hostel is located. There was also an exhibit on the disaster that was Titanic which included a replica first class (or lucky second class) ...