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View of BC Place at night from The Vancouver Lookout in Vancouver, Canada

View of BC Place at night from The Vancouver Lookout in Vancouver, Canada

Skyline of Toronto, Canada

Exploring Toronto - Canada’s Nicest City

The Olympic Cauldron from the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada

Six Vancouver Sights Not to Miss

The Olympic Cauldron from the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada

Victoria – The Ghost City of Vancouver Island. From Vancouver’s Tsawwassen Ferry terminal I join the throng of people, cars, RVs, trucks, and bikes taking the 1.5-hour BC Ferries trip across to ‘The Island’.

Victoria City - The Ghost City of Vancouver Island

Victoria – The Ghost City of Vancouver Island. From Vancouver’s Tsawwassen Ferry terminal I join the throng of people, cars, RVs, trucks, and bikes taking the 1.5-hour BC Ferries trip across to ‘The Island’.

The Steam Clock in the Gastown District in Downtown Vancouver, Canada

Six Vancouver Sights Not to Miss

7 Free Things To Do in Toronto | packmeto.com

7 Free Things To Do in Toronto

A perfect girls getaway in #Montreal includes... #bubbles with us!  Thanks Globe Guide! #lachampagnerie

A perfect girls getaway in #Montreal includes... #bubbles with us! Thanks Globe Guide! #lachampagnerie

When planning our road trip through Nova Scotia, we had ideas of visiting the popular stops like the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton and The Bay of Fundy high tides. But when Nova Scotia tourism suggested we visit the South Shore, it sounded intriguing. We had heard of Lunenburg and Peggy’s Cove, but beyond that, we didn’t have a clue about all the things there are to see and do on Nova Scotia’s South Shore.

22 Nova Scotia Pictures that Will Make You Want to Visit Right Now

When planning our road trip through Nova Scotia, we had ideas of visiting the popular stops like the Cabot Trail, Cape Breton and The Bay of Fundy high tides. But when Nova Scotia tourism suggested we visit the South Shore, it sounded intriguing. We had heard of Lunenburg and Peggy’s Cove, but beyond that, we didn’t have a clue about all the things there are to see and do on Nova Scotia’s South Shore.

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