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323 St George St, Annapolis Royal, NS B0S 1A0, Canada
Fishing boats resting on the ocean bottom is not an uncommon sight around the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia. The Bay of Fundy tides are a unique and destination worthy phenomenon – it’s claim to fame is having the highest tidal range in the world....
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1300 Italy Cross Rd, Crousetown, NS B4V 6R2, Canada
Take a break along the Lighthouse Route and take a seat on the porch of the Petite Riviere Vineyard. You can peer out across the rolling green hills and enjoy a glass of Tidal Bay - Nova Scotia's popular white wine. You'll taste a hint of pear...
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NS-331, LaHave, NS B0R 1G0, Canada
From Halifax follow the Lighthouse Route to the LaHave Ferry. After ferrying across the LaHave river you be deposited right next to the LaHave Bakery. Pull right in and enjoy this slice of small town life. The general store feel will immediately...
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The narrow coastal road around Aspotogan Peninsula takes you right beside the coast into active little fishing villages and along empty sand beaches. You can stop and fish for mackerel from one of several wharves, or clamber on the granite rocks...
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Peggys Cove, NS, Canada
If lighthouses or great drives are your thing - then don't miss this famous Nova Scotia driving route along the south shore. It will wind you along the seacoast through fishing villages and harsh landscapes. And yes - you'll see a few lighthouses...
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Cabot Trail, Pleasant Bay, NS B0E 2P0, Canada
The Queen of all of Nova Scotia’s driving routes – the Cabot Trail – is typically littered with superlatives such as best, greatest, and most scenic. It certainly deserves praise as it provides a whole different feel of Nova Scotia than the other...
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383 Keltic in Rd, Ingonish Beach, NS B0C 1L0, Canada
Don't miss out on the carrot and ginger scallops - they were a welcome site after the more rugged surroundings of the Cabot Trail. The Purple Thistle restaurant is a part of the Keltic Lodge resort that can be found on a picture perfect peninsula...
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86 Queen St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4A7, Canada
Fantastic, colorful vibe, rich with old wood in a historic building from the 19th century in downtown Charlottetown. If you love oysters (they serve a variety from local bays on the island) and a flavorful cocktail, this needs to be on your list....
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Alma, NB, Canada
Stop and stay at Fundy National Park, New Brunswick’s first National Park. Running along the perimeter of the Bay of Fundy means beautiful hikes and trails. We did a small hike to a waterfall and covered bridge with our short time in the area....
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122 Gaspé Boulevard, Gaspé, QC G4X 1A9, Canada
This is a great place to hike and enjoy a nice view of Gaspe, Perce and the area.
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Cap Gaspé, QC G4X 6L7, Canada
At the very tip of the furthest extent of the North American continent—on the south side of the St. Lawrence—is the Cap Gaspé. The locals refer to the area as, "le Bout du Monde," or, the end of the world. End or not, it is one of the most...
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34 Rue Saint Louis, Québec, QC G1R 4P3, Canada
Aux Anciens Canadiens in Upper Town is a venerable favorite among Québec City's restaurants. It opened in 1966 though the building it's in is almost three centuries older than that, having been built in 1676. It's easy to...
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1 Côte de la Citadelle, Québec, QC G1R 3R2, Canada
Drive half a day north from Boston, and you arrive in French-speaking Québec City, established in 1608 on a strategic bluff above the St. Lawrence River, still surrounded by its wall. Charles Dickens' 19th-century description of the place still...
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8 Rue Saint Antoine, Québec, QC G1K 4C9, Canada
Auberge Saint-Antoine, a Relais & Chateaux property in Québec’s Old Port on the St. Lawrence waterfront, is a history buff's dream hotel. The site consists of an old wharf and a cannon battery that date back to the late 17th...
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360 Boulevard Charest E, Québec, QC G1K 3H4, Canada
Walking back from a fabulous dinner in Quebec City, my husband and I popped a corner to find this stunning piece of art illuminated by the lower town city lights. Lower Basse-ville boasts a number of these hidden gems.
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49 Rue d'Auteuil, Québec, QC G1R 4C2, Canada
Old Québec City looks and feels like a charming town in France that was transported to the shores of the St. Lawrence River more than four centuries ago. Step foot in Old Québec City and you’ll be surrounded by quaint, historic stone buildings...
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5300 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Québec, QC G1C 1S1, Canada
Under 20 minutes by car from Québec City (or, if you are feeling ambitious, less than an hour by bike, with most of the ride on a well-maintained path), Chute-Montmorency (Montmorency Falls) is the area's most impressive natural wonder. If...
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380 Rue Dorchester, Québec, QC G1K 6A7, Canada
The Saint-Roch neighborhood, a 15-minute walk from Vieux-Quebec (Old Quebec), is a popular place to hang out, thanks in part to this microbrewery and bistro. All the beers are handmade in old-fashioned styles. Try the Malgven, a toasty amber ale....
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481 Rue Saint-Jean, Québec, QC G1R 1P4, Canada
The Cancalaise: Four large scallops, sauteed leeks, swiss cheese, and a lemon butter sauce. This quaint establishment delivered one of our best meals during our stay in Quebec City.
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1 Rue des Carrières, Québec, QC G1R 4P5, Canada
This imposing yet elegant landmark, set high above the St. Lawrence on Cap Diamant, overlooking Old Québec, is as much a hotel as it is a tourist attraction—borne out by the claim that it’s the most photographed hotel in the...
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24 Rue Sainte-Anne, Québec, QC G1R 3X3, Canada
résumé: A place where ‘vieux-world’ charm intersects new world elegance, Auberge Place d’Armes is a 4-star boutique inn set on a centuries old footprint with a historical legacy. With origins dating from the beginnings of New France, its suites...
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10 Rue Saint Antoine, Québec, QC G1K 4C9, Canada
Formerly called Panache.

Letting its reputation precede it, and fresh off of its inclusion (again) in the Conde Nast Traveler “Best in the World” list, 4-star Auberge Saint-Antoine is nestled amid the stone walls of a riverside...
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Quebec City, QC, Canada
Along the St. Lawrence Waterway near Quebec City, the Gourmet Route will also appeal to cyclists with refined palates—though it can also, of course, be explored by car. Some 25 stops along the route include artisans producing preserves, honey, and...
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27 Rue Sous le Fort, Québec, QC G1K 4G6, Canada
One of the best ways to experience Québec City is to wander the streets of its historic heart, the Upper and Lower Towns. More than 400 years of history have unfolded here since it was founded in 1608 by Samuel Champlain. We can arrange for a...
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200 QC-132, Price, QC G0J 1Z0, Canada
The blue poppies were what excited me. Although the sprawling splendor of the Gaspe Peninsula's Reford Gardens showcases hundreds of beautiful blooms, from violet azaleas, to periwinkle lupine, the famous Himalayan blue poppies were what lured me...
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295 1ere avenue Est, Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, QC G4V 1B1, Canada
The maritime region of Quebec's Gaspe Peninsula is decorated with lighthouses lining the shores. There used to be hundreds but today, about 80 are left and the crimson beacon of La Martre is the most singular. Constructed in 1906 this wooden...
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Confederation Bridge, Canada
For some strange reason, I have always wanted to drive over the Confederation Bridge, the fixed link that connects Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and I finally got that chance this past summer. My main purpose of that road trip was to visit...