Halifax, Nova Scotia, Waterfront

So pleased we could finally get our boat back in the water. All services were shutdown due to COVID-19 . Cruising along the waterfront keeps us entertained.

Love seeing the architecture of Purdy Towers from the water,

Citadel Hill was chosen in 1749 to offer a commanding view of Halifax Harbor to protect the city. Even though there are many new buildings created in the city and along the waterfront, the street leading up to the Citadel protects the view.

Museum Atlantic. This is the area where immigrants entered Nova Scotia from all over the world.

Canadian Forces Base Halifax, home port to the Royal Canadian Navy Atlantic. . .

7 Comments

  1. Fun post. This looks like a beautiful city and I’m glad I at least got a glimpse of it via your blog. We were on a cruise in October 2019 and were scheduled to stop in Halifax for a day. Our travel group was especially looking forward to seeing the maritime museum as we’d read a book entitled The Great Halifax Explosion. Unfortunately, it was stormy that day and we couldn’t even dock. Much disappointment. Anyway, now I’ve at least seen the entrance to the museum. Thanks for sharing!

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