Halifax Warnings and Dangers

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  • 1. Safety

    I had to laugh when i saw this sign at the Citadel. I suppose its a long way down. But do be careful, there are no nets or webbing, so if you step too close to the edge and aren't careful you will...

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  • 2. Driving

    During my 2012 visit I noticed many areas with ongoing construction or better said: demolition. Some historical buildings suddenly are gone forever. I hope some landmarks will be saved. Nova Centre...

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  • 3. Peggy's Cove

    When enjoying the breathtaking view of Nova Scotoa's Coastline beware of the dangers of huge rogue waves. Although some of the coastline melts into wide beaches most has a very rugged cliff stewn...

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  • 4. Weather

    Since 1901 Nova Scotia has averaged a land falling tropical storm or hurricane once every 2 1/2 years. The winds can be extremely high and the rains extremely heavy. If you happen to be visiting and...

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  • 5. Uphill

    Halifax is hilly. No matter where you are staying, there comes a time you have to "cilmb" back!Another warning I like to give is to be aware for the Lower...

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  • 6. Bridge Closures

    Because we are communities that surround the harbour, there are two harbour bridges that span the water as well as two people ferries. Over the next year or so,...

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  • 7. Hills

    If you are staying in Downtown Halifax, get used to going up and down hills. Though hardly a brutal climb, it is something to be aware of if you are from flat...

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  • 8. Honey, We are not in Halifax anymore

    At times you may step into a time machine and land way back at a different spot on the globe.Halifax is a booming location for shooting movies, due the the mild...

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  • 9. Mountain Goat city

    While not as hilly as, say, St. John's in Newfoundland, Downtown Halifax and Dartmouth do have a few pretty steep hills. Citadel hill rises above the harbour so...

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  • 10. Panhandlers

    You will see a lot of Panhandles in Halifax. That's because Halifax is the centre of the Maritimes and there is no where else that a panhadler would be able to...

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  • 11. Make sure you have enough time...

    There is no way to see everything this great city has to offer in just one or two days. Plan on spending a fair amount of time here. If that's not...

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  • 12. Check Your Map Closely!

    During 2002 there was an instance when a young couple from England set off for their dream wedding in Sydney, Australia. They got a very good deal on the air...

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