Our Nova Scotia summer road trip: beaches, trails, lighthouses and good eats
Part 2 of our road trip is now live. In it I share our favourite markets, goooood coffee and much more. We are home from a 2600 kilometer (1600 mile) summer road trip around the previous undiscovered (to me) province of Nova Scotia and have lived to tell the tale! Actually, we thrived, despite our jam-packed itinerary which put us in a new town nearly every night with a host of sights and tastes in-between. I’m excited to share a few of the highlights with you in a couple of posts as I…
Where to Eat, Play and Stay in Halifax - Journal of a City Girl
Halifax is a relatively small city in the picturesque province of Nova Scotia, easily explored in just a weekend. This walkable city radiates relaxation and seaside vibes. From rocking in the harbourside hammocks, people watching on the boardwalk, to eating at one of the many pubs and soaking up the colonial history there is something for everyone.
The Cabot Trail is a 300 km long highway in Northern Cape Breton, an area renowned for its spectacular unspoiled beauty. Cape Breton is an island located in the north of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
Kitchen parties aside, it’s no secret Nova Scotia is one delicious destination. From the lush orchards of the Annapolis Valley to the seafood that anchors the shores, fresh and local is a way of life here. Whether you’re hankering for surf or turf, here are 7 dining experiences you’ll want to tuck into when next visiting this maritime hot spot.