Carnival Freedom is the last of the Conquest-class ships to be built. The Freedom is 952 ft long, 116 ft wide and has 13 decks. It can carry approximately 3000 passengers. Currently, Carnival Freedom sails out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, on 6 day and 8 day sailings.
Salzburg is the 4th largest city in Austria. It is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as well as being the setting for parts of the movie The Sound Of Music.
Prosciutto crudo is arguably the best and most well-known of the cured, uncooked hams of the world. Discover how Frédéric Tandy of Charcuterie Ratinaud in Halifax has duplicated this age old technique in his shop on Gottingen Street. You will learn how the meat is prepared, cured and aged to become transformed this delectable treat.
Carnival Dream is the first of the Dream-class of ships for Carnival, the largest class to date. At 1004 ft long, 122 ft wide and 15 decks high, the Dream is a very big ship!
Maho Beach on the Caribbean island of Saint Maarten is a unique place to watch planes takeoff and land. Princess Juliana International Airport’s runway is right next to the beach. Due to the fairly short runway, planes must land very close to the end of the runway, as close to the beach as possible, creating… Continue reading Maho Beach Takeoffs And Landings St. Maarten
Cape Split is one of the most spectacular hikes in Atlantic Canada, taking you to one of Nova Scotia’s most famous rock formations.
On October 27 2012 we walking the streets of downtown Halifax on a food and drink tour during City Harvest.
Fusion Cuisine On Wheels is the motto for the latest addition to Halifax’s gourmet food truck scene. Nick Horne, the owner of Nomad Gourmet, tells us about the types of foods they smoke in house, including brisket, pork, chicken, Sweet Williams sausages and even celery root!
Fusion Cuisine On Wheels is the motto for the latest addition to Halifax’s gourmet food truck scene.