any suggestions for 20-day NS, PEI?

Jun 22nd, 2005, 09:03 PM
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any suggestions for 20-day NS, PEI?

hi,

we are planing to drive around NS, PEI for 20 days Aug 9-29, got a basic plan, but not idea if it makes sense in terms of time frame?


Aug 10 Halifax

Aug 12-14 Port Hawkesbury for Canso Causeway 50th Anniversary Celebration
is it worth 3 days? events we want to attend are during eve, any suggestions for day trip while there?

Aug 15-17 Bay of Fundy, suggestions?

Aug 18-19 Charlottetown, Parade, Horse Race

Aug 20-22, around PEI, Suggestions?

Aug 23-28, Cape Breton

Q1: time frame ok for each place?

Q2: any eateries, good food, but not pricy?

Q3: music, at dock during lunch, or in pubs at nite, or ceilidhs, or concerts to recommend?

Q4: LobsterBoil, where can we find LobsterBoil at community events, instead of having lobsters in a fine dining only?

Q5: WhaleWatching: where is the best? Bay of Fundy? Cape Breton? or PEI?

Q6: easy sea kayaking, where?

Q7: need a BB in Port Hawkesbury for Aug 11-13, for about $50/nite for two adults...Harbourview BB is fully booked, so is Judy's, any others at this price?
or do u know anyone living in Port Hawkesbury region that are interested in offering a double rm to two adults for the 3 nites within the price range?

Q8: Camping sites: A: Port Hawkesbury area?
B: Bay of Fundy? C: PEI? D: Cape Breton?

Any help is deeply appreciated! Many thanks in advance!



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Jun 23rd, 2005, 01:52 AM
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Port Hawkesbury and the causeway is in Cape Breton so I would suggest you spend your time there exploring the Cabot Trail and Lousibourg. Whale Watching out of Pleasant Bay or Cheticamp.
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Jun 23rd, 2005, 06:51 AM
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just an FYI, the International Buskers Festival is in Halifax from 8/4-8/14. So if that interests you, you will be there at the right time.
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Jun 23rd, 2005, 09:03 AM
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If doing the Busker Festival, make sure you make reservations asap - especially on the weekend of the festival.
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Jun 23rd, 2005, 09:50 AM
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yes, thank u, hotel reservation made for Halifax Busker's fest, any other reservation i need to make beside hotel for Busker's?
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Jun 23rd, 2005, 06:37 PM
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No, you don't need any other reservations for Buskers!

If you like seafood you will enjoy the Chowder House in Neil's Harbour, a little village in northern Cape Breton. It's not fancy, but it is right on the docks in a working fishing village - and they serve whole clams!! Yummy!

If you really like out of the way places, try camping at Meat Cove, in the extreme north of Cape Breton. Very isolated.

There's a lot to think about in your post! I'll write more when something relevant occurs to me!
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Jun 24th, 2005, 08:35 AM
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Many Thanks for ur input for yummy food and camp site!
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