VYTAIEMO is an Ukrainian greeting after which a statue is named placed in the Coastal Park opposite the Westin Hotel.
It is dedicated to the centenary celebration of the Ukrainian immigrants that... more
Most of the best attractions are within walking distance of each other. The Maritime Museum, the Citadel, Historic Properties and the restaurants and shops along the waterfront can all be accessed by... more
There are many universities in Halifax (e.g. Dalhousie University, University of King's College) and you can see students of many races along the streets of Halifax, making this a really cosmopolitan... more
Halifax's downtown is small and perfect for strolling around. It makes for the perfect pub crawl. It's also home to CFB Halifax, where sailors from all over the world come to. You'll meet them in all... more
1.Alfredo's wine and Ho restaurant
2.the ice cream parlour on the Halifax boardwalk
3.King of Donairs restaurant (the best donairs in the know world)
4.of course the 'Gazebo'
5.my favorite fishing... more
picture: View from the Citadel of Halifax and Dartmouth on the other side of the Bedford Basin. Halifax is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia and is home to the second largest natural harbour in... more
One of my fondest memories of Halifax is the beautiful autumn colours of the trees and leaves. Usually autumn will reach full height in mid-October, but some leaves can still be seen till end of... more
A trip around the Cabot Trail encompassing the tip of Cape Breton Island is well worth it. We had been on the coast of Ireland only two months earlier and were amazed at the similarities in the... more
Walk around and enjoy the great scenery and history of the place. The Point Pleasant Park is very nice and has alot of old ruins of forts. In the summer they run Shakespeare in the park, where they... more
My fondest memory is of the very first time my dad took me to Peggy's Cove. My older brother teased me the whole way -- I was terribly upset. Then when we got up to the lighthouse and I saw the ocean,... more
I live in Halifax, ok, technically Dartmouth but it's all part of the Halifax Regional Municipality. Halifax was founded in 1749 by the British as a military outpost and the military features strongly...
I live in Halifax, Nova Scotia . If you haven't been here , it's a must for your travel "to go list".
We are an ocean province ....so if you like the water ....this is the spot to be . ...many great...
After dealing with semi crappy weather all week, we finally received a break in Halifax. I couldn't have asked for a better place to have wonderful weather, but I would have loved it in any kind of......
Halifax is one of North America's major port city and the provincial capital of Nova Soctia province. The population is about 400,000 people, and the city is very clean, beautiful and laid back. The...