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My husband and I are considering a trip to atlantic canada this summer probably July.
We have been to canada a few times and the last trip was to BC and was absolutley fantastic. We really like the idea of this part of canada but have absoluitley no idea of an intinery.
We have around three weeks and are considering Novia Scotia/New Brunswick/PEI is that too much ? we will be hiring a car but wondered how the driving is ?Are ther opportunties not to use a car ?
So basically any advice that you can give us would be great, hotels places to visit etc, We will be flying in from the UK so I am thinking halifax as a first stop . We enjoy outdoors hiking etc but also like to stay somewhere on occasions with good restaurants and some nighlife.
One more question how is the weather at this time of year of course being from the UK we are used to rain , but would really prefer dry weather ???
Thanks for any advice.

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