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... Games and a skating oval was built on the Halifax Commons. Meredith was keen to try skating outside. It’s 400m around the track and Sophia and Meredith did four laps. Meredith said she felt like she was in the Olympics because she was going so fast! There's a video of her fast skating at the end of the slideshow.
My mom found us a place to go on a sleigh ride. We took my nieces, Kayleigh and Brianna, and headed off to ...
... Pontiac) later when we go back to the hotel. The Manager at O'Reagan was really great said for us to have a think and they can have everything done before we leave the hotel on Thursday.
Thought we would try Wanda and Terry the couple we emailed about helping us with the car (Terry owns a car yard). They used to run a B&B and we were given their name from a lady we met in Banff at the Old Entrance B 'n B Cabins. Terry we thought was a bit of ...
... as much as I could in the fridge and the fruit stayed in the esky.
The landscape between Indian Harbour and Peggy's Cove is very different sea marshlands with spruce trees and the rocks sculpted by the ice age 20,000 ears ago lots of granite outcrops, inlets with powerful surf and lakes in the sea marshlands a very different landscape from what we have been seeing in Canada. First stop was the Memorial of Swissair flight 111 where 229 ...
... towns (Mahone Bay and Lunenburg) went to Peggy's cove and jumped around on some giant rocks - it was pretty cool! The weather put a bit of a dampner on our time In Halifax but overall we had a nice week, enjoyed some really nice dinners and forgot about the super noodles for a week! 6th September - We caught our flight out of Nova Scotia, we had to fly to Toronto then a get a connecting flight to Edmonton! 12 hours later we arrived! ...
... while Pete hangs out with the reunion boys. We had supper at the Bluenose II, late for Halifax time but not so bad in Winnipeg time. As we were led to our table, we were informed that they had just run out of lobster. Oh, darn! (sarcasm; Debbie hates fish and seafood.) We walked back through the mall to our hotel but the mall was closed by then. Debbie is now here catching up on our pictures/blog and Pete has gone to meet the boys for drinks.
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