Canadian Maritime Visit, Day 7
Truro, NS to Halifax, NS
We were treated like family "At The Organery"
Our hostess Carolyn standing with me and another guest seated. There were eight guests in all.
Fine china, linen, and candles for breakfast
fruit compote with peaches, blueberries, raspberries, and flowers
creme brulee pineapple French toast, bacon, watermelon and nasturtium. If you didn't eat your flowers, you were in big trouble.
The tea room with the organ theme
The 120 organs
We had a full tour with history and music
Our host Jan has been collecting organs for decades
We didn't really visit the mesuem, we just stopped at the co-located information office to find our next B&B
Our Fall River B&B; perfectly fine but a letdown after "At the Organery".
After paying for our rooms we headed off to Halifax.
The Citadel above Halifax
Olympic, sister ship to the Titanic in WW I camouflage
Students get summer jobs acting out the parts of 19th century soldiers
1869 Barracks Room
view of the clocktower and the waterfront from the Citadel
Instead of a moat, the Citadel is surrounded by this ditch
The clocktower up close
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