In the summer of 2014 we took a family road trip to visit the Maritime: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. There are approximately one thousand eight hundred kilometers from Toronto to Halifax via Trans-Canada HWY. We decided that two weeks should be enough. One week for Nova Scotia and one week for PEI.We were interested in Cape Breton scenery, Peggy’s Cove and PEI beaches. We just passed New Brunswick and had our first stop in Moncton, Holiday Inn hotel. After a restful night at the hotel we were ready to reach our destination.
I have to mention that there was only one driver, my hubby. I don’t drive but I had other duties instead: to keep him entertained. For this we had prepared music CD’s and comic books from which I read from time to time. If my daughter was taking a nap I stayed awake so I could keep him alert.
In Quebec we had some construction areas and we had to take a few detours but once we exited Quebec, the HWY was deserted.
We planned to stay three days in Halifax and visit the surroundings: Peggy’s Cove, Halifax Citadel, Nova Scotia Hall of Fame, Pier 21.
Halifax – day one – Halifax shores.
After we checked in at Dartmouth, Ocean-view Hotel we headed to walk the Halifax shores.
It was a very beautiful first day on Halifax shores.
To be continued …
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I have so enjoyed looking at your blog. I have visited most of Canada except for the Maritime. I can only imagine its beauty!
I am happy you “enjoyed the trip”. I am ready to continue sharing the journey. Just wait to see Cabot Trail. I could go back there every year 😉