Friday, April 9, 2021

H is for Halifax

 We are participating in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge again this year. The theme for this year is our Favourite Travel Spots in North America. Join us throughout the month of April as we revisit some of our favourite travel spots. No boarding pass, visa or passport needed!

The locations we feature are all places we have visited and the photos are ones taken by myself or Amanda (or possibly one of our family members) 

If you missed some our our previous tour stops you can click here to see them

Yesterday we spent some time on the Staten Island Ferry. Today we head up the coast to Halifax in Nova Scotia Canada. We visited Halifax in 2010 and 2011 on cruise ships. It is a lovely city to explore or just sit by the harbour.

Located close to downtown the Public Gardens is a great place to explore and relax

The Halifax Public Gardens has a wide variety of plants on display.  

This tree was planted by Queen Elizabeth II's father King George V in 1939

We came across this bagpipe band who were preforming.

We found a nice Irish Pub to have lunch. Bangers and Mash for Amanda and Fish & Chips for me

downtown Halifax

More Info:  Halifax Public Gardens website  Halifax Tourism Website

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  1. Hari OM
    I adored Halifax... It reminded me of a smaller Sydney and I felt totally at home there! YAM xx

  2. The public gardens look just lovely, and very inviting.


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