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Up to my elbows in visitor guides: Moncton, Nova Scotia & PEI in one trip?

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We are in the early stages of trip planning. We're thinking 12 days this summer (maybe a day or two less, depending on how we plan to get ourselves to Canada).

Here's what we're thinking so far:

Moncton 3 days to explore the Acadian and Fundy coastal areas
Halifax 3 days
Prince Edward Island 3/4 days

We'll be coming off our son's wedding and just want to explore and relax (although if we decide to do a road trip I don't know how relaxing that will be).

We do love the beach. If we increase our time on PEI, will we get bored?

I'm also not seeing any accommodations on PEI that are similar to the Marriotts located in Moncton or Halifax. Will I have a hard time finding something up-to-date AND around $200 CAD on PEI?

Thanks for any input.

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