Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Truro, Nova Scotia

The plane landed in Halifax after 10:00 at night, which just gave us enough time to grab a rental car and go as far as Truro before we packed it in for the night.

Berry's Motel was cheap -- $69 -- which is not bad for a "housekeeping" motel. That means it had a cheap little two-burner stove, a kitchen sink, two tiny refridgerators, and a crappy two-seater dining table. The grim little bed was in a separate room that seemed awfully claustrophobic when the door was closed.

The building looked nice from the outside, but the finishing inside was bad -- cheap materials, cracks and holes here and there, and no soundproofing.

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