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Happening Halifax
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27 Responses

  1. stacey

    Good food, good friends, good times!

  2. Megan

    What fun! I’m glad you ate at the Wooden Monkey, too. It was our favorite place when we blew through Halifax a couple of years ago.

  3. Jewel

    That looks so fun and what a beautiful place. You and your hubby are so cute!!

  4. Carol

    Wow your photos of Halifax are BEAUTIFUL!!!

  5. KnittingKel

    Halifax seems like a really pretty and peaceful place. Your descriptions of it and the pictures make me really want to go there.

  6. orinda5

    I love living vicariously through your travels!

  7. erica

    I love the Waverly Inn!! We spent our honeymoon there and have very fond memories of it.

  8. Kristin

    Jealous (1000) – Nova Scotia sounds awesome! Not that Ye Olde Scotia (where I am currently) isn’t great too.

    I spent last week with my grandparents (who were visiting) and we went to two spinning/weaving museums that made me think of you: the Verdant Works in Dundee, and New Lanark (south of Glasgow). There are pictures on my blog and on flickr if you’re interested.

  9. Melissa A.

    Glad you enjoyed it! Halifax is great!

  10. Sarah HB

    Ah, memories of 20 years ago that I visited Halifax, NS and much of the coast around NS and PEI.

    Thanks for the trip back to the Citadel!

  11. Nell

    Great pictures! I especially love the fountain. And the idea of a Pubic Garden.

  12. Stephanie

    Looks like a gorgeous spot and it sounds like you had a great time.

  13. jane

    Oh, it looks so wonderful! You’ve really whetted my appetite for my trip there in just a few short weeks. The places you visited and restaurants you ate in look fantastic, I’ve bookmarked them all for our trip! Can’t wait to see more – who needs a Lonely Planet when you’ve got a knit blogger’s perspective on everything?! :)

  14. Elizabeth

    Sounds and looks lovely! I have friends in Halifax, so it’s nice to know their city is so cool.

  15. Jessica

    Oh, this is my favorite type of getaway–relaxed, romantic, a little botany, a little fiber arts… what could be better? It looks like you guys had a great time–kudos for escaping the summer heat for a few days! :)

  16. Preita

    Your pictures are lovely. The hotel looked fabulous. My husband and I are planning on doing the same thing this september through AZ as I can’t remember seeing the Grand Canyon (even though my grandparents tell me specifically I have and wasn’t impressed). Still have to save up for a fish eye lens though. I desperately want one.

    We’ve done the whole resort vacation, but being our 5 year anniversary, we are celebrating by doing what we did for our honeymoon, driving, camping & finding the perfect spot where there is little to no light pollution. Can’t wait to see the rest of your pictures!

  17. Mary

    HALIFAX!!!!! I’ve always wanted to go there! Nova Scotia, PEI and New Foundland Labrador have always been places I wanted to visit. I live on the west coast of Canada and we’re just as charming (maybe more – but I’m probably bias). If you ever decide on a west coast Canadian vacation – hit up Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island!

    Thanks for the post and the wonderful photos!

  18. Jenna

    I know so little about Nova Scotia – I’m really excited to learn more through your posts. Sounds like Halifax is a charming place. Keep the travelogue coming!

  19. Beatriz

    Great pictures! Looks like you had a great time. Thanks for sharing.

  20. Moni

    great shots! looks like you had a wonderful trip :)

  21. Jessica

    What an awesome adventure! You did a great job documenting your travel through this area.

  22. Josiane

    I love your shots of the Public Garden! I’ve visited Halifax in 2000 for the Tall Ships 2000 event; all those tall ships in the harbour was a sight to be seen! This city definitely is on my “must visit again” list. Thanks for bringing me back there with this post!

  23. Ingrid

    Oh! I love Jane’s on the Common! So glad you were able to go there!

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  25. Jason

    Beautiful photos!

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    Amazing pictures! I would like to know what kind of cameral equipment you used on your trip.

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