Saturday, November 07, 2009

Closet Canuck's Great Big Canadian Train Adventure DAY THREE: Halifax shines as a vibrant university town

Sunrise over Halifax Harbour from The Westin Nova Scotian.

Barista Ryan Malcom at Wired Monk coffee bistro on Morris Street.

A late breakfast at the Blue Nose II, a Halifax mainstay since 1964.

St. Paul's Church is the oldest Protestant church in Canada.

View across Halifax Harbour to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Pier 21 is Canada's Immigration Museum, honoring the to the 1.5 million immigrants (1928-1971)

Halifax is a university town, with no shortage of students and culture.

Photos by Sue Frause

Day 4 - Halifax to Montreal 

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