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15th Anniversary Trip - Nova Scotia - 1 week

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Just booked (award) tickets to Halifax for mid June. (Yes, I know it's not as warm as it will be later in the summer but DD will be away at camp in June.) DH and I are mid 40s, interested in walking, biking, exploring by car and foot, good food, etc. (Our last trip was to London but also loved the time we spent hiking in Acadia NP.)

Looking for some suggestions on how to divide up our time... we arrive late on a Monday night in Halifax and leave early the following Monday morning. So we really have only six full days / seven nights. We are renting a car upon arrival.

We were thinking a couple of days in Halifax but then are undecided... would love to see Cape Breton/Cabot Trail, Bay of Fundy, PEI, New Brunswick but I know there isn't enough time to do/see everything or even a fraction of everything! Any suggested itineraries would be helpful!

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