My father grew up in Halifax. My Aunt, Uncle and Grandpa still remain in Halifax. To see them I have been coming almost every summer for 2 to 4 weeks. Now I am finally doing a Halifax blog! Here are some of my favourite places to visit in Halifax.
The Halifax Harbour
The Public Gardens
You can see my blog on my site from my last visit there!
This hotel I visited a few days over a week ago. It was lovely! My grandparents spent their wedding night there as well as had their wedding reception there. The hotel is set next door to the Public Gardens. This would allow some rooms to have a beautiful garden view. However we did not have a garden view, we had a construction view instead. My grandma and I stayed in room 913. These photos just below are from my stay at the Lord Nelson hotel.
My beauty essentials
Beauty bag from H&M, face mask from OK!
a toffe banana cake
Coconut creme brule
Banana bread French toast
For todays blog you can get a glance of my time this week in Chester, Mahone Bay and Lunenburg. They are all very pretty places to see. Lunenburg is a national heritage sight that dates back to 1773. Here’s some photos!
Today my father took me to Frog Pond in Halifax. It’s very close to where we are staying so it was only a couple minute drive. We only did half the walk today and it was a beautifully scenic 20 minutes or so walk. Here are some photos of what it looks like!
For the last three days I was in Edmonton. My mother and I had to pick up some paintings to bring back home. We had a large van so we decided to stay in a motor inn. The motor inn my mother chose was Executive Royal Hotel West. It was a really good hotel and I definitely recommend it if you don’t want a pool at the hotel. During our stay in Edmonton we picked up the paintings, went to West Edmonton Mall to shop and go to the World Waterpark, go to Muttart Conservatory and The Art Gallery of Alberta. Here’s some photos from our stay in Edmonton.
Executive Royal Hotel West
The hotel room
Outside the hotel room
Breakfast at the hotel
At West Edmonton Mall
More Edmonton scenery
Art Gallery of Alberta
In 2015 I went to London and during my stay there I visited Hampton Court. Hampton Court was the palace that Henry VIII ruled at. The infamous King who had six wives. If it wasn’t for some of his wives being so likeable I wouldn’t have gone. I absolutely love the two wives who were related, Anne Boleyn and Katheryn Howard. Here I am going to show you some photos from my visit.
The Haunted Gallery which is said to be haunted by Katheryn Howard.
Here are the gardens outside of the palace.
This resort had very good food! I was allowed to go to three of their four restaurants that need reservations but only went to two. One was Cuban and one was Japanese. Both were great. Then there is the main restaurant which is a buffet. A cafe and there are also bars. I have some photos down below showing you some of what it is like.
The Cuban restaurant
The Japanese restaurant
The main restaurant
My favourite drink (virgin mojito)
On any flight, especially an early morning flight I like to enjoy Starbucks, a magazine, wear a good outfit and play on my phone. As for this time make a blog post!
This times magazine is by Time and it’s on the infamous Walt Disney.
My shirt is from Free People, pants are from American Eagle, my leg warmers are from Ardenes, my shoes are from Puma and my purse is from Michael Kors. My keychain is from Laduree. The luggage is from Riccardo
Photos from this times enjoyment at the airport.
Our hotel room at Delta Hotels by Marriot was very good. It was tidy, had enough space, comfy beds and free disposable cups so that you could take a drink to go. This hotel had a cafe, a restaurant, pool with a waterslide, a hot tub and the hotel was also connected to a shopping mall. This way to go shopping you didn’t even need to step outside. While in Regina I made a stop to the Saskatchewan Science Centre which was a lot of fun. I saw mirrors, made bubbles and lifted myself the weight that I would be if I was on Mars. The trip was only one night but was still a lot of fun. A good trip in a short time.
Passageway to the mall…
Saskatchewan Science Centre
goodbye for now Regina
I made sugar cookies last night. The recipe was from the book “The Silver Palate Cookbook.” They took a couple of hours, however they turned out really well! Photos are down below.