We slept so well last night in Edmundston and got on the road in good time. We filled the gas tank and our coffee mugs, got breakfast to go, and Mack drove the whole way while Sean and I played Ticket to Ride on my iPad, and we listened to a huge range of music from Ed Sheeran, the Beatles, Led Zepplin, and Sum 41 to Third Eye Blind, Taylor Swift, and reluctantly, a country hit from Andy Grammer. It was cloudy as we arrived 6 hours later in Halifax.
But we knew that some sunshine would be headed this way, so we checked into the hotel, and quickly made our way to the boardwalk of Halifax harbour, one block from our hotel. We walked on board the CSS Acadia
We shopped for tshirts, and souveniers then made our way to Pier 21 though we knew it was nearing closing time. This monument to immigration was lovely, and there were others for fallen naval officers
We wanted to eat on an outdoor patio to experience all the the harbour has to offer and we found a lovely place called “The Bicycle Thief”. Mack had fresh halibut, Sean had lobster chowder and we had lovely fresh salads with asparagus and beans.