The Inn at Fisherman's Cove
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... while doing it.
After a picnic lunch in a downtown park, we wandered the waterfront with the other tourists. A Dutch cruise vessel was in the harbour, so it was a busy time. We ended our long walk with a Prince Edward Island treat, a Cow’s ice cream cone. This gave us the energy (and calories...) to return to our parking up the hill at the Citadel.
Our evening was spent north of Halifax, in yet another provincial park, called Dollar Lake. ...
... a little sailor's hat and a scarf and a good amount of bacon
that we stole for him from the restaurant.
Life is easy on board and a lot of
interesting lectures : the cosmos, broadway history and the story of
Pirates (a former Brown student gives this talk!) are unveiled to us
on a daily basis.
We are lucky to have a very interesting
table and evenings pass by in a flash, two Yorkshire men , their
friend a ...
... coves, but there was little of the open ocean to be seen. It was a very relaxing, comfortable ride and I felt a bit euphoric with the scenery and leisurely ride.
Upon reaching the suburbs of Halifax, the traffic increased significantly and after crossing the A. Murray MacKay bridge the traffic was heavy and became stop-and-go. Reaching the motel was however easy and it is in a good location.
... I arrive at the hotel its just after 6pm Halifax time which
means its passed 10pm UK time and that I have been up for over 18 hours.
As tired as I am I force myself to go out and explore some of this city.
Its a wonderfully sunny day out here and the temp is about 13 or 14 Celsius
and is just too good a day to spend in my hotel room.
Looking at the map in my room it appears that this city has a rather
exiting seafront running along the edge of the ...
... and they gave us free rolls so we had so much leftover. We all rolled into bed that night. So much eating! But wait there is more!!!
Sunday morning we met a few of Sarah and Bens friends for brunch at an amazing place called The Stubborn Goat. It had a great variety of breakfast and lunch items and everything had a little twist to a classic dish. I got Mushroom and truffle oil Mac n' Cheese and it was fantastic. Chris got a meat and ...