Canadian Maritime Visit, Day 7
Truro, NS to Halifax, NS

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We were treated like family "At The Organery"

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Our hostess Carolyn standing with me and another guest seated. There were eight guests in all.

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Fine china, linen, and candles for breakfast

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fruit compote with peaches, blueberries, raspberries, and flowers

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creme brulee pineapple French toast, bacon, watermelon and nasturtium. If you didn't eat your flowers, you were in big trouble.

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The tea room with the organ theme

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The 120 organs

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We had a full tour with history and music

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Our host Jan has been collecting organs for decades

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We didn't really visit the mesuem, we just stopped at the co-located information office to find our next B&B

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Our Fall River B&B; perfectly fine but a letdown after "At the Organery".
After paying for our rooms we headed off to Halifax.

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The Citadel above Halifax

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Olympic, sister ship to the Titanic in WW I camouflage

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Students get summer jobs acting out the parts of 19th century soldiers

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1869 Barracks Room

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view of the clocktower and the waterfront from the Citadel

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Powder Room

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Instead of a moat, the Citadel is surrounded by this ditch

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The clocktower up close

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