Authentic Seacoast Resorts

Authentic Seacoast Resorts

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    Can anyone tell me typical restaurant?

    The restaurant scene in Nova Scotia has changed significantly so there is not a typical restaurant. There are a diverse range of restaurants across the province. Local food, wine and beer are becoming more important. Check out the Taste of Nova Scotia to learn more about what is happening with food in Nova Scotia. over 6 years ago

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    Looking to surf nova scotia any ideas on where to go an stay on budget

    Here's a great website on surfing in Nova Scotia http://www.scotiasurfer.com There is a forum where you can ask question and connect with the local surfing crowd. almost 7 years ago

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    Where can we stay in Victoria BC..on the harbor and affordable ?

    The question is about Victoria, BC and somehow it also says Victoria, Nova Scotia which doesn't exist. Changing this might get more responses. about 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to get around nova scotia without a car?

    A sailboat is a nice way to go around Nova Scotia. If confined to dry land, cycling is a great option and if motorized transport is required, there is an excellent network of buses in the province. about 7 years ago

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    What are the best things to see/do in nova scotia?

    There are lots of great things to do in Nova Scotia, from the world's highest tides in the Bay of Fundy to great wineries, UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lunenburg and Joggins, Halifax, and beautiful Cape Breton, one of the world's top islands to name a few. Here on Chedabucto Bay, the largest bay on the Nova Scotia Atlantic coast with more than 600 kilometres to explore, we've developed the Authentic Seacoast 101 with more than 101 things to see and do along our scenic coast. You can read more here: http://www.authenticseacoast.com/play about 7 years ago

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    Is there a bridge from Cape Breton to PEI?

    There is no bridge from Cape Breton to PEI. A ferry runs from the north shore of Nova Scotia to PEI. You can read more about the ferry here: http://www.peiferry.com There is a bridge that runs from New Brunswick to PEI. about 7 years ago