How To Drive In Halifax

Drive randomly: make right and left turns when the mood strikes you. Eventually you will end up on Quinpool Road. Then you will know where you are going.

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Marcus's picture
Marcus on July 15, 2004 - 02:42

Or follow the shore…

Robert  Paterson's picture
Robert Paterson on July 15, 2004 - 10:17

I will try this out today as I attempt to find SMU

Alan's picture
Alan on July 15, 2004 - 12:04

…or get on the north bridge, take the Robie exit go all the way down and leave your car at the SMU main building. Don’t let the bright lights along the way confuse you.

Arthur's picture
Arthur on July 15, 2004 - 23:20

make right and left turns when the mood strikes you.

I was going to suggest to hire a navigator, but making random turns sounds good too.

Robert  Paterson's picture
Robert Paterson on July 16, 2004 - 02:50

Hey it worked! Now will it work on the way back?
Tell all tomorow

Mandy's picture
Mandy on July 16, 2004 - 05:17

Nah, this is not the way to do it… pull up your socks, put on a brave face and take Gottingen Street. Only way to truly experience Halifax.

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Robert Paterson on July 17, 2004 - 13:12

Well I am back so it must work — there is something magical about how you get back to Quinpool. The tricky bit is being in the correct (left) lane as you use 102 to leave town

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Peter Rukavina on July 17, 2004 - 14:23

Yes, Rob, Halifax is all about being in the left lane at the right time. Now that you have mastered Quinpool Rd., all that’s left is Robie and Barrington: once you master those, you will be able to [randomly] find your way anywhere in Halifax.

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