Afterward walking, eating and playing, we took a ride on the Harbour Hopper. It's a large type of bus ride that also doubles as a ship. So after we toured our own city and heard some of the highlights of history, our bus suddenly went into Halifax Harbour and gave us a lovely boat ride of our harbour. Many of my pictures didn't turn out so well, but I hope these pictures give you a little taste of my lovely city, Halifax, one of our bridges, the MacDonald bridge and the small George's Island with the lighthouse. Many tourist visit Halifax for our Historic properties, our board walk and our history.
I hope you enjoy it as well.
|Our Sea Gulls are not afraid and come quite close for pictures|
|The silvery buildings are Purdy's Wharf Bldgs.|
|Looking down the Harbour, you can see George's Island in the distance on the left|
|Looking at the Halifax from the Harbour Hopper, a very busy down town|
|A navy ship|
|Looking up the Harbour, the building on the left is the Summit Bldg where they held the G7 Summit|
|I think I took great pictures of these seagulls|
|Across the harbour is Imperial Oil (Esso) Refinery|
|Gazing in the distance, the little guy Rialey stares|
|Layla on the Boardwalk|
|A conquering dual|
|Lots of activity on the Boardwalk. Layla's showing a little girl something|