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Eating in Nova Scotia, Maritimes

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Saturday we depart for a tour of Nova Scotia and the Maritimes. This is with Grand Circle departing from Boston for two weeks...Bar Harbor, Campobello, St. Andrews, Bay of Fundy, Kingsbrae Garden, St. John, Salisbury, Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Anne of Green Gables museum, Wood Island, Caribou, Pictou, Baddeck, Cape Breton Nat'l pk, Auld's Cove, Halifax, Peggy's Cove, Grand Pre Hist. Pk, Digby, St. John, Bangor, Portland, Boston.

Some meals are provided but many are not. So any suggestions would be welcome. Here's where...lunch and dinner Bar Harbor, lunch and dinner St. Andrews, lunch maybe after Bay of Fundy cruise, dinner Charlottetown, lunch maybe Silver Bush, dinner Charlottetown, lunch maybe Pictou, dinner Halifax, lunch Peggy's Cove, dinner Halifax.

Thanks for any tips.
Bill in Boston

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