Thursday, September 16, 2010

Bus time

Fall is definitely bus season in Halifax, so expect a few more bus shots this time of year. Fall tourists arrive by bus, especially when the leaves start to turn colour, but there are also two dozen or more buses on some days to provide tours to cruise ships. Yesterday there were three cruise ships in port and today there were two, so it was bumper to bumper buses in the seaport.

This clean looking Setra was giving tours to passengers from the Caribbean Princess, which can be seen in the background. The bus is operated by Ambassatours, which is associated with Gray Line and Tauck Tours.

The bus was parked nearby after returning passengers to the ship just before it sailed.

An eagle eye will spot the red lobster on the front dashboard - a symbol of Nova Scotia hospitality. (Not sure why, we don't usually nip our guests.)

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