In order to make the most of the day, we did a lot of walking, spent some time by the waterfront, and snacked at many places along the way.
We slurped oysters ...
And shared some froyo ...
The Stubborn Goat is a really cool gastropub, with an extensive, creative menu. We shared a couple small plates including the pickled veggies, and deviled eggs.
In the evening we hit up a cool, minature, parking-lot farmers'-market-type event. It was just on the corner of a block (it was no larger than what is pictured), and had about ten vendors selling eats/drinks/local products, and a DJ spinnin' tunes.
It was very "neighborhoody", and fun! We bought a pakora, and it was so good that we had to get another.
Next up, we stopped by The Old Triangle to take in some live music before retiring to our hotel for the evening.
On Saturday morning we packed up our stuff, and ordered lunch to our room - donair, with some cheesy breadsticks too.
For dinner we shared some lobster mac and cheese in an airport restaurant, and by about midnight we were home sweet home.
It was a wonderful summer vacation, and we both look forward to visiting Halifax again one day.
Do you have any summer travel plans? Getaways? Roadtrips?