We will see the famous beaches of Cavandish National Park, the Gardens of Malpeque, and the scenic fishing villages. Day 11: We return to New England in the early evening, return flights are available out of Portland, Manchester or Boston.
Cove where hopefully, you enjoy a beautiful sunset along the rocky shore. The Roosevelt homestead will give you insight in to who this man was and why he became such a great leader. Tonight we will go to the Confederation Center for the Arts for a night of theater. Our first stop will be the International Peace Park at Campobello Island. Day 5: We start our day with a journey to Bedec. Most historic sites, Old Clock Tower, and Museum of the Atlantic. Day 7: We travel to Pictou where we take the ferry to Prince Edward Island.
Re here in passing, the best things to do are to stroll the waterfront, watch the scallop draggers come and go, eat as much of their catch as you can, then squeeze in a sunset at Point Prim. Bouctouche where Acadians celebrate, created from international renowned Acadian novelist and author, Antonine Maillet, who invented the characters that live in this authentic Acadian village. Dinner Included Day 6: Our Journey takes us across the spectacular Cabot Trail, where we are able to view the dramatic scenery. Then it is on to Grand Pre National Park to learn the story of how the British deported the Acadian people to the lower colonies.
Make your stay as enjoyable as possible. We encourage everyone to bring a camera to take pictures of the villages and coastal scenery. No part of this site may be reproduced without our written permission. Visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum with its extensive exhibits on aviation, marine engineering and medical science. Day 10: We begin our journey back to the United States.
Many inventions other than the telephone. Day 1: Depart for Bar Harbor Maine. Experience the fantastic views from the top of Cadillac Mountain. The town lacks the architectural charm of starlets such as Lunenburg, Wolfville and Annapolis Royal, but it remains a logical base for explorations of Digby Neck, Long and Brier Islands, and the French Shore. Emigration in recent years has been hard on Digby, parts of which are looking a little rough around the edges. Now home to the largest fleet of scallop boats in the world.
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- Church, the tallest and largest wooden church in North America.