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we thought the walk along the harbor boardwalk was beautiful - for FREE, no expensive excursion needed!
Visited: May 31, 2017
Halifax was another good walking city. It's a pretty big and busy place. They have a nice walkway/boardwalk on the shore. There is also a good walking tour through the English gardens and over to the Citadel (self guided). It's not very far but hilly. Plenty of opportunity to walk that ship food off:) Shopping was best at the ship terminal. Got our syrup at the market just before the terminal. It was about $3-$4 cheaper for the same thing.
Visited: Jun 01, 2017
Had a 2-pound mouth-watering lobster at Peggy's Cove.
Visited: Jun 27, 2019
Peggy's Cove, amazing and another checkmark on my bucket list!
Visited: May 07, 2016
Very nice port. We did the lighthouse and lobsters tour, about an hour on an old double tier flatboat and another hour eating a whole Maine Lobster at Murphy's Restaurant. After that the three of us hiked to the very beautiful public gardens before returning to the ship. Very nice day.
Visited: Jul 20, 2017
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