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The Longest Covered Bridge in the World | Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada - Would love to visit someday.

Pont couvert d'Hartland - Hartland covered bridge Hartland, New Brunswick, Canada the longest covered bridge in the world: 1282 ft, inaugurated in

Robinson's Island Road, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Fun in the Sky – PEI Aerial Photography « The winding road from Brackely to Robinson Island. (Prince Edward Island) Amazing aerial views from around this beautiful Island.

Victoria Row in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Awhhhh my ole stomp in grounds ;)

Missing warm summer Daus on Victoria Row in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island right about now!

Having lived in Canada my entire life and not hearing about the incredible beauty of Cape Breton island in Nova Scotia, Canada, I knew I needed to explore it for myself. With rolling red hills covered in dense green trees, and fog rolling over the hillside into the depths of the ocean, it's hard to imagine why Cape Breton isn't on an international radar. Here is a 3-day itinerary to Cape Breton!

How to Get The Most Out of Cape Breton

Having lived in Canada my entire life and not hearing about the incredible beauty of Cape Breton island in Nova Scotia, Canada, I knew I needed to explore it for myself. With rolling red hills covered in dense green trees, and fog rolling over the hillsid

East Coast Road Trip: A two-nation vacation through New Brunswick and Maine has all the makings of the perfect summer road trip (and all the 'lobstah' you could want). Here's where to stop along the way.

East Coast Road Trip: A two-nation vacation through New Brunswick and Maine has all the makings of the perfect summer road trip (and all the 'lobstah' you could want).

The Ovens Provincial Park, Nova Scotia

Ovens Natural Park is located a short one and a half hours drive from Halifax.

Indian Head lighthouse [1930 - Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada]

Indian Head lighthouse [1930 - Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada]

Halifax is known as a hipster city in Canada, but when I went to book flights, I could only find two things to do from Google: The Public Gardens and The Citadel. Although I would highly recommend both, they aren't the only reasons why I want to go back and explore Halifax more. From the incredible architecture to the oldest parliament house in Canada to Canada’s oldest urban park to gluten-free and vegan food galore, here is why Halifax truly surprised and amazed me… And why I already want…

Why Halifax Will Actually Surprise and Amaze You

Why Halifax Will Actually Surprise and Amaze You - The Full-Time Tourist

Seal Island Bridge Nova Scotia: Atop Kelly's Mountain at an overlook you get a beautiful view of the Seal Island Bridge that crosses over the Bras d'Or Lakes in NS, Canada. Seal Island Bridge is the third longest bridge in the Province. Highway 105 travels over the Bridge which first opened in 1961 & has an arch that measures 500ft high and 8 steel truss spans to hold the bridge up.

Seal Island Bridge Nova Scotia: The Seal Island Bridge is a fine piece of craftmanship that has made travel in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia more realistic and easier.

What’s Brewing at the Prince Edward Island Brewing Co. in Charlottetown, PEI

Prince Edward Island is well known for its seafood and potatoes, both of which are major industries on the Island. However, what many of you may not know is that there is an emerging industry on t.

From Miscou Island on the Acadian Peninsula to Murray Beach near Confederation Bridge, we share the best things to do on an Acadian Coast road trip through New Brunswick, Canada.

The Ultimate Acadian Coast Road Trip in New Brunswick Canada

From Miscou Island on the Acadian Peninsula to Murray Beach near Confederation Bridge, we share the best things to do on an Acadian Coast road trip through New Brunswick, Canada.

Lobster lover or not, here are some of the best restaurants in Prince Edward Island!

The Best Restaurants in PEI

Visit Old Montreal: An Itinerary For First-Timers

Things to Do in Old Montreal An Itinerary For First-Timers