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Halifax, Nova Scotia - Soaking up the Sea Air - 11/09/10 05:17 PM
Renowned for its steep streets, stunning harbour, and the famous Citadel, Halifax, Nova Scotia's capital has one of the world's largest natural harbours and an amazing Seaport Boardwalk. Halifax is also famous for it's historic Titanic burial site, the final resting place of many of the passengers who lost their lives on the Titanic; Halifax played an important role in the Titanic disaster in helping with the rescue attempts and by taking in victim's families. We spent half a day wandering the streets of this lovely historic seaport and the other half visiting the iconic Peggy's Cove.
If you or someone you know is thinking of Buying or Selling property in Cultus Lake, Chilliwack, Hope, Abbotsford, Langley or anywhere in the Fraser Valley Area of B.C. - or if you would like more information please give Liz Moras of Landmark Realty Chilliwack a call at- 604-799-0459 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Quebec City - Chateau Frontenac - 11/07/10 09:12 PM
The Grande Finale of my trip this summer and final stop was the incredibly charming ville of la Belle Provence Quebec, Quebec City.....and a stay at the absolutely enchanting Hotel Frontenac! The Frenchmen were charming, the food, 'mwah!' and every where you looked - was breath taking!
The Château Frontenac, is one of a series of Chateau style hotels built for the Canadian Pacific Railway company at the end of the 19th and the start of the 20th century. The railway company sought to encourage luxury tourism and bring wealthy travellers to its trains. Without a doubt it's one (6 comments)
St. Andrews by the Sea - New Brunswick - 11/07/10 08:48 PM
Saint Andrews, New Brunswick or St. Andrews By-the-Sea as it's more commonly called is a little seaside Town filled with charming colonial homes; (some of them barged to the area from Maine at the end of the Revolutionary War) many of them listed under the New Brunswick and Canadian Registry of Historic Places. We had lunch at the historic Castle-By-the-Sea - The Fairmont Algonquin Hotel - overlookingPassamaquoddy Bay; had a tour, listened to ghost stories, and saw the room that Lady Di and Prince Charles stayed in - while visiting. Although we saw it when the tide was out - the nearby Bay (3 comments)
I look forward to this opportunity to share with both my fellow Realtors and my local community...some local anecdotes, tidbits of info - community profiles, real estate savy......interspersed with humor and inspiration!
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