Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
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... of ice hockey was first Invented. Saw the museum which was part of an old house. The house had been lived in by Judge Thomas Haliburton who wrote stories about Sam Slick a clock peddler. These were written in 1880s and he made popular phrases such as 'the early bird catches the worm' and 'it's raining cats and dogs'. Tonight we are in ...
... Or at the edge of Halifax. We have booked a week.
Friday, went to downtown Halifax and walked for hours snapping lots of photos. Love this place. There are (once again!) so many neat old buildings, old churches, lots of cool old pubs. We stopped for lunch at The Split Crow Pub right beside the entrance to the University... Very much an Irish pub which we like. Chicken pot pie.. Yum! Wayne had a Hot chicken sandwich with stuffing ...
Back in Nova Scotia and nestled ...
... could eat at The Stubborn Goat every single day and never get sick of it, I might get fat and be real broke but I’ll be happy! We walked mum back to the hotel since she had an early flight and sad some teary goodbyes before heading home for another night of food coma sleep.
We left on Tuesday morning to take a little drive but this wasn’t the end of our trip to Halifax since we came back on Wednesday. There was hockey to watch ...
... Once again we decided to take the coast road..it takes so much longer but the vistas along the way were just amazing. We were heading for Lunenburg which was an old Ship Building town and this is South of Halifax.
What a glorious drive, we had been waiting for the Nova Scotia WOW moment and we certainly found it today. The town before Lunenburg was Mahone Bay, it was also a place similar to Lunnenburg...full of old houses, beautifully painted all colours. It was ...