Travel Rob finds some impressive yard art on Cape Breton.
Travel Rob visits St. Peter's Catholic Church and Cemetery in Ingonish, Nova Scotia
Gumbo was visiting Halifax's historic brewery, founded by Alexander Keith in 1820. It is one of the oldest surviving commercial breweries in North America.
DrFumblefinger visits the Seaport Farmer's Market adjoining Halifax's harbor.
If you are a lover of beautiful and delicious chocolates, as DrFumblefinger is, be sure you stop at Rousseau Chocolatier when visiting Halifax.
We visit Province House, home of the legislative assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia.
DrFumblefinger visit s the Old Clock Tower in Halifax, an iconic building gifted to the city's tardy resident's by Prince Edward, Queen Victoria's father. It has kept time over the city for over 200 years.
We visit the Citadel, Halifax' historic fort. Situated above the city's downtown and harbor, the site is presented much as it was 200 years ago. Be sure to visit the interesting Army Museum within the Citadel.
Gumbo was visiting the coastal town of Lunenberg in Nova Scotia. Lunenberg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is the best preserved example of a British-planned community in Canada. It is a great spot to spend a day.
Travel Rob shows us the beautiful Halifax Waterfront
Situated high on a cliff overlooking St. George's Bay, Cape George Point Lighthouse was an unexpected but pleasant finding while exploring Nova Scotia.
From his plane seat, DrFumblefinger captures the sun setting over the Bay of Fundy, as a storm breaks up over the Bay.
Don't let the name fool you. This family friendly arts & crafts gift shop should be rated "A" for Awesome.
Gumbo was visiting Burntcoat Head Park in Nova Scotia. Situated on the Bay of Fundy, which separates Nova Scotia from New Brunswick, it is the site of the world's highest tides.
Ottoman visits the Swissair Memorial Site, which honors the victims of the 1998 crash, and those who risked their lives in rescue and recovery operations.