Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Center
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... 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 ...
... and we were not expecting much. A couple of Austrians we found out had bought the place two years before and were now running the five cabin property.
We were BLOWN away as we entered our cabin to a clean and tidy place with a baked apple pie waiting for us. Our host showed us around ... Included coffee and tea's, mints on the pillow's, badminton rackets and fishing rods for the kids. The people really had made this cabin a place to ...
So I've been in Halifax for a couple of days now. I made the rest of my flights over okay, arriving at 6.30am on Thursday. My friend Mitch picked me up from the airport and drove me to town. I'm staying at another friend Connor's place. So the three of us spent that morning driving around town getting some things I needed for my time ...
... really hard to speak, when my face is so cold. I stopped at the Maritime Museum. It has a section about the Titanic. Nova Scotia played a huge role in locating body's and their final resting place. It showed the menu of the different classes on the ship and what their rooms would have looked like.There is 150 people laid to rest @ the Fairview cemetery, which I plan to visit tomorrow. There was also ...
... by huge granite boulder left by the retreating glaciers. Due to the lack of soil, the salt air, heavy winds and rain, it very difficult for vegetation to survive so there are very few plants and trees. Often, the area is covered in fog created by the warm, wet air blowing from the land over the cooler oceans. The area is home to a lighthouse and many artist shops. We ventured into one, and when we asked the price of a bracelet, we were told that it was custom made ...