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road trip toronto to nova scotia

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We are planning a 2 weeks trip to Nova Scotia, just wondering if anyone can given us an itinerary how we should drive down there. We are interested to do the
cape Breton
Halifax
PEI
NB Charlottetown
Bay of Fundy
we will be returning via the US.
We don't want to go back and forth so which should be our first and last stop before we return and how many days should we stay in each place. Is there any other places that we need to stop, we don't mind driving for couple of hours and then taking a halt for the night. We would like to:
do the scenic drive
whale watching
cabot trail
Cavendish beaches
and any other must see tourist places. we are flexible on adding another two days. We are both retired and this would be our first road trip to the east coast.
should we book our hotels in advance?
thanks

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