Snow Lovers: Take A Trip To Nova Scotia, Canada! 🇨🇦
Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces that make up Atlantic Canada. First stop is always its capital Halifax, wrapped by the ocean.
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Its Harbour and Waterfront is home to one of the largest piers in the world, nearly 4kms long. Flock here for knee deep snow & ice cream in the cold!
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Next stop for snow covered views is Halifax Citadel or Citadel Hill. At mid-day, visitors can see the firing of the noon gun - a tradition since 1857.
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Spend snowy evenings curled up with a good book at Halifax’s Central Library! It houses a 300-seat auditorium with views facing the snowy city.
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Make your way to North America’s oldest & continuously running market - Halifax Seaport Farmer’s Market for amazing poutine and tasty lobster rolls!
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Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse and Village is also one of Canada’s most photographed spots. Built in 1815, it is surrounded by rogue waves & sparkling rocks.
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Perhaps Canada’s prettiest snowy view is visible from this bench in Mahone Bay. With colourful houses and glacier lakes, it is a sight to behold.
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Mahone Bay is part of picturesque Lunenburg, port town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Lunenburg’s streets are lined with shops and restaurants that blend with the well-preserved and colourfully painted historic homes. Look, how pretty!
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