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    Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Park
    Channel-Port-aux-Basques, NL A0N 1K0
     
     
     
    Smith's Lookout
    North Twillingate Island, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0
     
     
     
    Whitbourne Provincial Visitor Information Centre
    Unnamed Road, Colinet, NL A0B 1M0
     
     
     
    Argentia Provincial Visitor Information Centre
    Placentia, NL A0B 1W0
     
     
     
    Bobby Joe Ryan Memorial Park
    230 Commercial St, North Sydney, NS B2A 1B7
     
     
     
    Charlottetown Fire Department
    89 Kent St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1M9
     
     
     
    Starving Artist Gallery and Gifts
    80 Assomption Blvd, Moncton, NB E1C 1A1
     
     
     
    Campement et Cimetière Loyaliste
    Salamanca Trail, Fredericton, NB
     
     
     
    Sherman Hines Museum Of Photography
    205 Church St, Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0
     
     
     
    Murphy;s Cocktail Cruise
    Halifax, NS B3J 1S3
     
     
     
    Tactik Paintball
    1870 Boulevard Maloney E, Gatineau, QC J8R 3Z2
     
     
     
    CEP Alphonse-Levasseur
    9 Rue Monseigneur-Gosselin, Lévis, QC G6V 5K1
     
     
     
    Three Bears Statue
    Hornepayne, ON
     
     
     
    École secondaire de Donnacona
    320 Rue de l'Église, Donnacona, QC G3M 2A3
     
     
     
    Chocolats SAMSON
    1066 Rue Champflour, Trois-Rivières, QC G9A 1Z9
     
     
     
    Campus de l'UQTR à Drummondville
    555 Boul de l'Université, Drummondville, QC J2C 0R5
     
     
     
    Chapelle du Musée de l'Amérique française
    2, cote de la Fabrique, Québec, QC G1R 3V6
     
     
     
    Carnaval de Québec
    205 Boulevard des Cèdres, Québec, QC G1L 1N8
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Kölner Zoo
    Riehler Str. 173, 50735 Köln, Allemagne
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Musée des sports de Gatineau
    61 Rue Laurier, Gatineau, QC J8X 3V7
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Galleria Shops & Dinning
    6380 Fallsview Blvd, Niagara Falls, ON
     
     
     
    Anglican Church
    157 Tecumseh Rd, Port Lambton, ON N0P 2B0
     
     
     
    Veterans' Memorial Park
    41 Canal St, Smiths Falls, ON K7A 2A8
     
     
     
    Gare du Palais
    450 Rue de la Gare du Palais, Québec, QC G1K 3X2
     
     
     
    Our Lady of Fatima Parish
    100 Lisgar Ave, Renfrew, ON K7V 3M2
     
     
     
    Norland - Kawartha Lakes Public Library
    3448 Kawartha Lakes County Rd 45, Norland, ON K0M 2L0
     
     
     
    Moose and Wolves statue
    Hearst, ON P0L 1N0
     
     
     
    Moosonee Station
    Gardiner Rd, Moosonee, ON
     
     
     
    Quai municipal de Taschereau
    Taschereau, QC J0Z 3N0
     
     
     
    Ancienne Mine Selbaie, Joutel
    Baie-James, QC J0Z 3S0
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Rest Area
    319 QC-109, Berry, QC J0Y 2G0
     
     
     
    La Grande-Rivière Airport
    60 Des Groseilliers Avenue, Radisson, QC J0Y 2X0
     
     
     
    Catholic Church
    Quebec J0M 1E0
     
     
     
    L'aménagement Robert-Bourassa
    Complexe Pierre-Radisson 66 Desgroseillers Radisson, Québec, J0Y 2X0, Baie-James, QC
     
     
     
    Relais routier Km 257
    Baie-James, QC
     
     
     
    Bureau d'information touristique de la municipalité de Baie-James
    Route de la Baie-James, Matagami, QC
     
     
     
    Réseau Bell-Nature
    Matagami, QC
     
     
     
    Magasin général de la Microbrasserie du Prospecteur
    3e Avenue Quest, Val-d'Or, QC J9P 1S6
     
     
     
    Église Ukrainienne de Val-d'Or
    Rue d'Ukraine, Val-d'Or, QC J9P 3M2
     
     
     
    Rayonier Advanced Materials
    33 Chemin Kipawa, Temiscaming, QC J0Z 3R0
     
     
     
    Parc Jacques-Cartier
    285 Rue Laurier, Gatineau, QC J8X 3W9
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Eganville Centennial Park
    1T0, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0
     
     
     
    Polish Kashub Heritage Museum & Skansen
    1112 Wilno Rd N, Wilno, ON K0J 2N0
     
     
     
    Royal Canadian Legion Branch 225
    201 River St, Sturgeon Falls, ON P2B 1T4
     
     
     
    Marches de l'église démolie en 1971 de Saint-Jean-Vianney
    Chemin Shipshaw S, Saint-Charles-de-Bourget, QC G0V 1G0
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Juvénat de Desbiens
    600 7e Ave, Desbiens, QC G0W 1N0
     
     
     
    Belvédère Petite Chute à l'Ours
    La Doré, QC
     
     
     
    Motel du Lac
    1017 Boulevard Quevillon, Lebel-sur-Quévillon, QC J0Y 1X0
     
     
     
    Parc du Quai Casgrain
    Boulevard de Comporté, La Malbaie, QC
     
     
     
    Chute à Gadou
    Rivière-aux-Outardes, QC
     
     
     
    Pointe-à-la-Croix
    23 Rue de la Croix, Les Escoumins, QC G0T 1K0
     
     
     
    Juvénat St. John of Dolbeau-Mistassini
    200 Boulevard Wallberg, Dolbeau-Mistassini, QC G8L 6A5
     
     
     
    Presbytere Ste-Elisabeth-De
    1260 Rue Principale, Sainte-Élisabeth-de-Proulx, QC G8L 8A5
     
     
     
    Routier de Pentecôte (Le)
    2767 Route Jacques Cartier, Rivière-Pentecôte, QC G0H 1R0
     
     
     
    Lac Simoncouche
    Québec G7N 2C1
     
     
     
    Pavillon Nikitoutagan
    2330 Rue de la Rivière aux Sables, Jonquière, QC G7X 9E6
     
     
     
    Centrale de la Péribonka
    Passes-Dangereuses, QC
     
     
     
    Statue de Notre-Dame-du-Saguenay
    Rivière-Éternité, QC G0V 1P0
     
     
     
    Club Le Perce-Neige de Bégin
    100 Rue Lemieux, Bégin, QC G0V 1B0
     
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    Archambault
    Rue Berri, 510 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2L 4W2 -  
    Archambault est un grand magasin à quatre étages. On y trouve albums, films, instruments de musique et livres entre autres. Les choix sont assez vastes. Les lieux sont bien aménagés et propres. Le service à la clientèle reste assez moyen. Il n'y a plus la possibilité d'écouter des albums sur place depuis leur dernier réaménagement il y a environ un an. Les prix sont beaucoup plus élevés que chez les concurrents.
     
     
    Boutique Volume Inc
    277 Rue Sainte-Catherine E, Montréal, QC H2X 1L4 -  
    La boutique Volume offre de nombreux disques, films et livres usagés en bonne à très bonne conditions. On y trouve des objets rares qui sont difficiles à trouver ailleurs. Les prix restent assez élevés pour des produits majoritairement usagés.
     
     
    Kababgy - Shawarma - Cuisine Libanaise
    895 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montreal, QC H3B 4G1 -  
    Kababgy Restaurant served me some food even though they were already closing when I arrived. Customer service was really helpful and polite. Food tasted good. Prices are overall average.
     
     
    Deli Planet
    895 Rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, QC H3B 2M4 -  
    Deli Planet offre de bons déjeuners, dîners et soupers. Les décorations sont belles. Les lieux sont spacieux et propres. Le service à la clientèle est très bon. Les prix sont très raisonnables. Les heures d'ouverture sont parfaites pour les voyageurs.
     
     
    Observatoire Place Ville Marie
    3 Place Ville Marie, Montréal, QC H3B 4S6 -  
    Malgré que la Tour de Montréal soit moins haute et moderne que l'Observatoire Place Ville Marie, il est quand-même préférable de visiter celle-ci pour plusieurs raisons précises. Premièrement, la Tour de Montréal est plus belle de l'intérieur et de l'extérieur et fait partie d'un aménagement historique. Deuxièmement, les vitres de la Tour de Montréal sont plus propres et offrent une plus belle vue. Troisièmement, le prix d'entrée est légèrement moins élevée. Quatrièmement, la montée du vestibule est plus spectaculaire que celle de l'ascenseur de l'Observatoire. Cinquièmement, l'entrée à la Tour de Montréal inclut également la visite d'une exposition sur les Jeux olympiques d'été de 1976 à Montréal.
     
     
    La Tour de Montréal
    3200 Rue Viau, Montréal, QC H1V 3J3 -  
    Malgré que la Tour de Montréal soit moins haute et moderne que l'Observatoire Place Ville Marie, il est quand-même préférable de visiter celle-ci pour plusieurs raisons précises. Premièrement, la Tour de Montréal est plus belle de l'intérieur et de l'extérieur et fait partie d'un aménagement historique. Deuxièmement, les vitres de la Tour de Montréal sont plus propres et offrent une plus belle vue. Troisièmement, le prix d'entrée est légèrement moins élevée. Quatrièmement, la montée du vestibule est plus spectaculaire que celle de l'ascenseur de l'Observatoire. Cinquièmement, l'entrée à la Tour de Montréal inclut également la visite d'une exposition sur les Jeux olympiques d'été de 1976 à Montréal.
     
     
    Tidal Bore Inn
    29 Truro Heights Rd, Lower Truro, NS B6L 1W7 -  
    Tidal Bore Inn is an old-fashioned but clean motel. The owners are welcoming and helpful. The element that distinguishes this motel from many others in the region is the reasonable prices. A night costs seventy-four dollars while other motels of similar or even lower quality ask for one hundred twenty dollars or more for no valuable reason.
     
     
    Kiwanis Park
    20 Juniper St, Truro, NS B2N 1L1 -  
    Kiwanis Park in Truro is a little park around a pond. It takes about fifteen minutes to walk around the pond. There is one single trail, a few banks and a little observation deck. There are numerous ducks on the pond.
     
     
    Victoria Park
    29 Park Rd, Truro, NS B2N 4E5 -  
    Victoria Park is a wonderful park with stunning sights on numerous trails with boardwalks and stairs. You can spend hours discovering the gorgeous landscapes such as creeks and waterfalls.
     
     
    Travelodge Sydney
    480 Kings Rd, Sydney, NS B1S 1A8 -  
    I had a quite mixed experience at Travelodge Sydney. On the positive side, staff was very welcoming when I arrived, the bed was comfortable and everything was quiet during the night. On the negative side, paying almost two hundred dollars for a night is excessive, there was a lot of dirt and even a bag with medication from a previous customer under the bed in my room and the staff working in the breakfast room seemed so annoyed that other customers had to ask her whether she was alright. If one pays such an elevated price, everything should be perfect.
     
     
    Forteresse de Louisbourg
    259 Park Service Rd, Louisbourg, NS B1C 2L2 -  
    Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site is one of the most outstanding places I have ever visited. Walking through the site takes at least three, if not four hours. The reconstructed buildings look authentic and are in great shape. The employees work with lots of dedication. The rough landscapes only add to the atmosphere. This is a place to be visited once in a lifetime if you are interested in history.
     
     
    Louisbourg Lighthouse
    555 Havenside Rd, Louisbourg, NS B1C 1P4 -  
    Louisbourg Lighthouse was originally the first lighthouse in Canada and the second in the New World. The first lighthouse was destroyed and what remains today are ruins of the foundations as well as one of the replacements made in the early twentieth century. There are commemorative plaques that explain the history of the different lighthouses. It's a beautiful spot but the most recent lighthouse can't be visited and seems to be in poor shape.
     
     
    China King Buffet Restaurant
    825 Reeves St, Port Hawkesbury, NS B9A 2S4 -  
    China King Buffet offers a great selection of Canadian-Chinese foods for reasonable prices. Staff is organized and helpful and serves customers with a smile upon the face.
     
     
    Wentworth Municipal Park
    744 George St, Sydney, NS B1P 4Z4 -  
    Wentworth Municipal Park is a beautiful place to stroll around or relax. There are three little ponds, a few sculptures and even a playground for children. You can walk around the park in about twenty minutes and easily get downtown from there.
     
     
    Merchant Mariner Monument
    246 Esplanade, Sydney, NS B1P 6P4 -  
    Merchant Mariner Monument is a stunning monument dedicated to those lost at sea during numerous wars. The monument looks dramatic yet heroic. It's best visited at night when it"s lit by the moonlight reflected in the water.
     
     
    The Big Fiddle
    74 Esplanade, Sydney, NS B1P 1A1 -  
    The Big Fiddle is a giant statue of a violin and beautiful music comes out of it. This might as well be Sydney's most popular sight and it looks stunning indeed.
     
     
    Sydney Waterfront Boardwalk
    6P4, 144 Esplanade, Sydney, NS B1P 1A1 -  
    Sydney Waterfront Boardwalk is a great place to walk along in the summer. There are numerous food stands and street musicians. Walking from one end to the other takes about twenty minutes.
     
     
    Alexandra's Pizza
    228 Charlotte St, Sydney, NS B1P 1C5 -  
    Alexandra's Pizza offers good pizzas and a couple of other fast foods for overall reasonable prices. The greatest advantage of this location is the long opening hours. While other restaurants close at nine o'clock in the evening, this place is open until the witching hour.
     
     
    Hotel Port Aux Basques
    2 Grand Bay Rd, Channel-Port-aux-Basques, NL A0M 1C0 -  
    Hotel Port aux Basques convinces with friendly staff, comfortable rooms and a good restaurant. Breakfast isn't included in the price for your stay.
     
     
    Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Park
    Channel-Port-aux-Basques, NL A0N 1K0 -  
    Royal Canadian Legion Memorial Park is a beautiful little park in front of Hotel Port aux Basques that honors the military personnel that gave their lives for a better tomorrow.
     
     
     
    Tai Hong Restaurant
    77 High St, Channel-Port-aux-Basques, NL A0M 1C0 -  
    Tai Hong Restaurant convinces with very friendly staff, a nice selection of different drinks and Chinese-Canadian foods and very reasonable prices.
     
     
    Visitor Information Center
    Trans-Canada Hwy, Channel-Port aux Basques, NL -  
    Staff at Visitor Information Centre in Port aux Basques was very helpful. Everything looked clean and cool.
     
     
    Captain James Cook National Historic Site
    Mayfair Ave, Corner Brook, NL A2H 6M7 -  
    Captain James Cook National Historic Site isn't as spectacular as it sounds. There is a statue of James Cook and a few plaques with information about his accomplishments. You can also have a view of the city of Corner Brook and its surroundings. A little museum about James Cook would clearly be an interesting addition to the site.
     
     
    Margaret​ Bowater Park Corner Brook
    19 O'Connell Dr, Corner Brook, NL A2H 5M5 -  
    Margaret​ Bowater Park Corner Brook is a wonderful park with numerous trails next to ponds and rivers with beautiful bridges. You can observe ducks and swans as well as similar animals. There are numerous banks where you can sit down and enjoy the beautiful views.
     
     
    Newfoundland Insectarium
    2 Bonne Bay Rd, Reidville, NL A8A 2V1 -  
    Newfoundland Insectarium convinces with its numerous living butterflies on the ground floor, its bees and similar insects on the first floor and its spiders on the second floor. There is also a huge gift shop at the entrance. Staff is friendly and helpful. However, the entrance fee of thirteen dollars is slightly elevated for what you get. On a side note, check out the wonderful hiking trails behind the building.
     
     
    Jenniex House
    Norris Point, NL A0K 3V0 -  
    There is a wonderful trail next to Jenniex House that will make you discover Wild Cover and downtown Norris Point. It's a one-way trail, so you have to return where you came from or walk up the street for an improvised round trip. The trip takes between one hour and one hour and a half.
     
     
    Jungle Jim's
    41 Maple Valley Rd, Corner Brook, NL A2H 6G7 -  
    Jungle Jim's offers great meals with generous portions for reasonable prices. They also have a large selection of different drinks. Staff is friendly, helpful and quick.
     
     
    Parc national du Canada du Gros-Morne
    Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador -  
    Gros Morne National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks I have ever visited. You can find formidable trails, idyllic villages and wonderful observations decks. You should at least take two days and if possible more to discover the incredible beauty of this big park. My favorites were Tablelands, Discovery Centre Lookout, Southeast Brook Falls, Berry Hill and Bakers Brook Falls.
     
     
    Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse
    Main St N, Rocky Harbour, NL A0K 4N0, Rocky Harbour, NL A0K 4N0 -  
    Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse is a beautiful building with friendly staff and a lot of information to find inside. You can walk around the lighthouse on numerous trails, observe the nature and take unforgettable pictures.
     
     
    Seaside
    Trout River, NL A0K 5P0 -  
    Seaside convinces with friendly staff, a great view of Trout River Bay and delicious seafood dishes. Prices are competitive. If you visit Gros Morne National Park, this restaurant is certainly worth a detour.
     
     
    Thickwood Inn
    105 The Viking Trail, Cormack, NL A8A 2S3 -  
    Thickwood Inn convinces with very friendly and helpful staff. The rooms are big and cozy. Breakfast in the morning was good. Prices were acceptable.
     
     
    Sir Richard Squires Memorial Provincial Park
    Division No. 5, Subd. E, NL -  
    Sir Richard Squires Memorial Provincial Park convinces with stunning landscapes, including a spectacular waterfall you can watch from different observation decks. There are only two minor problems related to this stunning park. First of all, the road leading from Cormack to this park is difficult to drive and filled with numerous potholes. Secondly, there was no customer service at all when I arrived, so I had to ask an experienced visitor for directions.
     
     
    Westwood Inn & Suites
    156 NL-1, Grand Falls-Windsor, NL A2A 2M4 -  
    Westwood Inn & Suits is an old but clean motel with spacious rooms. Prices are acceptable but slightly elevated. Breakfast is included in the price and of standard quality.
     
     
    Long Point Lighthouse
    Lighthouse Rd, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0 -  
    Long Point Lighthouse is a beautiful building. There are several observation decks around from where you can observe the beauty of the North Atlantic Ocean. There are also a few plaques with information about your surroundings.
     
     
    Smith's Lookout
    North Twillingate Island, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0 -  
    Smith's Lookout is probably the highest summit of Twillingate and offers stunning views of the North Atlantic Ocean. I even spotted a whale from there. At the top, there is a large cross with a plaque dedicated to those who were lost at sea.
     
     
     
    Annie's Harbour Restaurant
    128 Main St, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0 -  
    Annie's Harbour Restaurant is situated right beside Twillingate Harbour and offers stunning views. You can sit inside or outside. Menu offers lots of choices from moose burger to seafood pasta. Staff is friendly and helpful. If you went on a trip with Twillingate Adventure Tours, you will get ten percent off your price at this restaurant.
     
     
    Twillingate Adventure Tours
    128 Main St, Twillingate, NL A0G 4M0 -  
    I went on a trip with Twillingate Adventure Tours. Price was very reasonable for two and a half hours. Tour guide was entertaining and interesting. I saw numerous whales and could observe the beautiful coastal landscapes. This kind of tour is the best way to discover the beauty of Twillingate and its surroundings.
     
     
    Albatross Hotel
    114 Trans-Canada Highway, Gander, NL A1V 1W8 -  
    Rooms are clean and convenient but don't include a fridge or a microwave. Internet is very slow. Staff is helpful.
     
     
    Johnson GEO CENTRE
    175 Signal Hill Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 -  
    Johnson Geo Centre is a magnificent place where you can learn more about the geological, historical and social origins of the region. Guided tours are very passionate, in particular the one about the Titanic. I assisted a conference about the creation of icebergs which was also very interesting. Staff is very intellectual and professional. The greatest thing about this centre is that it's located under the old rocks of Signal Hill which you can observe and touch. If you visit St. John's for the first time, visiting this centre should be right on the top of your list.
     
     
    Whitbourne Provincial Visitor Information Centre
    Unnamed Road, Colinet, NL A0B 1M0 -  
    Staff at Whitbourne Provincial Visitor Information Centre was very patient and helped me find numerous interesting spots to visit in the region that I would have missed otherwise. If you happen to pass by, make sure to stop here and discover Newfoundland's hidden gems.
     
     
     
    Random Passage Site
    New Bonaventure, NL A0C 1K0 -  
    Random Passage Site leads you along the Atlantic Ocean and several big ponds. Walk along calmly and observe the numerous animals on your way.
     
     
    Fort Point
    Trinity, NL -  
    The lighthouse of Fort Point can be seen from the beautiful town of Trinity but you can also drive there directly. Take an hour for a relaxed walk around the town and be amazed by the stunning landscapes of Newfoundland.
     
     
    Hotel Bonavista
    593 Confederation Dr, Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0 -  
    Bonavista Hotel is a nice place. Staff is particularly charming and helpful. The bar and restaurant inside, the Cabot Lounge, prepares solid food, has a good selection of drinks and offers the possibilities to play darts, pool and video slot machines. The rooms aren't luxurious but offer everything you need. Prices are slightly elevated but overall acceptable.
     
     
    Dungeon Provincial Park
    ROUTE 238, Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0 -  
    Dungeon Provincial Park is small but very beautiful. Enjoy the views of the memorably shaped cliffs and watch the whales as they emerge from the depths of the Atlantic Ocean to take deep breaths. This place is very appeasing.
     
     
    John Cabot Municipal Park
    Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0 -  
    John Cabot Municipal Park is perfectly integrated into rough yet beautiful landscapes near the Atlantic Ocean. The majestic statue below the little pond is quite memorable. Take an hour to walk in and around the park. Take a break from your everyday life. This place is a slice of paradise.
     
     
    Bonavista Lighthouse
    505 Cape Shore Rd, Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0 -  
    Bonavista Lighthouse and its immediate surroundings are stunning. You can observe horses, puffins and whales and enjoy the wide beauty of the Atlantic Ocean.
     
     
    O'Dea's Pond Boardwalk
    11 Powell's Lane, Bonavista, NL A0C 1B0 -  
    O'Dea's Pond Boardwalk has a length of about one kilometer and every single step offers new views of breathtaking yet relaxing landscapes. If you pass by Bonavista, you have to try out this wonderful trail.
     
     
    Parc national Terra-Nova
    Trans-Canada Hwy, Glovertown,, Traytown, NL A0G 4K0 -  
    Terra Nova National Park is an amazing place to visit. I can highly recommend the stunning Ochre Hill tower, the beautiful Visitor Information Centre with its exhibits, the long Goowiddy Path that is eight kilometres long and takes about two hours and fifteen minutes and the very short Heritage Trail that only takes fifteen minutes but gives you a great introduction to the park.
     
     
    The Albatross Restaurant
    Gander, NL A1V 1H6 -  
    The Albatross offers very good food and a solid selection of drinks for reasonable prices. Staff is competent and friendly. The atmosphere is calm and elegant.
     
     
    Fort Townshend National Historic Site of Canada
    Bonaventure Ave & Harvey Rd, St. John's, NL A1C 2A5 -  
    Fort Townshend National Historic Site of Canada is just a very small and simplistic park honoring some military events. You can pass by and take a picture but it's nothing truly outstanding to be honest.
     
     
    YellowBelly Brewery
    288 Water St, St. John's, NL A1C 5J9 -  
    YellowBelly Brewery offers a couple of great meals and a selection of four to five very good self-made beers. Staff is friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is cozy and relaxed. Prices are slightly elevated but still acceptable.
     
     
    "A TIME" statue by Morgan MacDonald
    4 George St, St. John's, NL A1C 1B8 -  
    This is without a doubt one of the most unique statues I have ever seen. It's a great place to pass by and take a few pictures.
     
     
    Fred's
    198 Duckworth St, St. John's, NL A1C 1G5 -  
    Fred's offers a stunning selection of music and movies of all kinds, both used and new. From classical music from Poland over Newfoundland folk artists to heavy metal from Botswana, you can find pretty much everything here. Staff is also very helpful. Prices are slightly elevated though.
     
     
    Newfoundland Chocolate Company
    166 Duckworth St, St. John's, NL A1C 1G2 -  
    Newfoundland Chocolate Company offers unique chocolates but also excellent ice cream. Staff is very friendly. The shop looks clean and cozy. There are only two seats outside where you can enjoy your ice cream. Only the prices are quite elevated.
     
     
    The First Transatlantic Radio Transmission
    Downtown, St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 -  
    The posters in the beautiful main building on Signal Hill explains very well how the first transatlantic radio transmission happened. There is a little gift shop on the ground floor and artifacts and plaques on the first and second floor.
     
     
    Lieu historique national de Signal Hill
    230 Signal Hill Rd, St John's, NL A1A 1B3 -  
    Signal Hill is the most essential place to visit in St. John's. It's informative but also beautiful. If you want to appreciate this wonderful place, you should spend at least three hours here.
     
     
    The Queen's Battery Barracks
    270 Signal Hill Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 -  
    The Queen's Battery Barracks are well-preserved. Staff members explain you more about this location. There are numerous cannons standing around. It's an outstanding spot for taking pictures.
     
     
    North Head
    Entrance to St. John's Harbour, St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 -  
    North Head offers magnificent views in all directions. In the north, you can see the cliffs below Signal Hill. In the east, you see the vast Atlantic Ocean. In the south, you see the Narrows, Cahill Point and Fort Amherst with its lighthouse. In the west, you see the harbour of Saint John's. In addition to this, you can observe ships passing by below you, airplanes flying above you and numerous animals around you. I could stay at this wonderful place for hours. It's really a slice of paradise.
     
     
    N Head Trail
    18 N Head Trail, St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 -  
    The North Head Trail is quite steep and takes roughly ninety minutes to complete. However, the views are among the most magnificent I have ever seen. You have to walk along this trail if you ever visit Saint John's.
     
     
    Fort Waldegrave
    St. John's, NL A1A 1A6 -  
    Fort Waldegrave is a little battery with a nice view of beautiful Saint John's and its magnificent harbour.
     
     
    Quidi Vidi Brewing Company
    35 Barrows Rd, St. John's, NL A1A 1G8 -  
    Souvenir shirts for men were all sold out. Beer was quite pricey. Staff seemed more interested in the computers than the customers. However, I managed to get some nice souvenirs anyway and the Iceberg beer is really refreshing.
     
     
    Rumpelstiltskin's
    2 Hill O'Chips, St. John's, NL A1C 6B1 -  
    Rumpelstiltskin's restaurant is quite expensive but the quality of the foods and beverages is also very good. You can find excellent Italian, Mexican and local cuisines among others. Enjoy a cold Iceberg beer on tap while you're there. Try to get a seat near the window where you can spot the beautiful harbour.
     
     
    Harbourside Park
    St. John's, NL A1C 1A6 -  
    Harbourside is Saint John's most stunning park. On the north side, you have an impressive war memorial. On the south side, you have a view of the harbour and statues of Newfoundland and Labrador dogs.
     
     
    The Rooms
    9 Bonaventure Ave, St. John's, NL A1C 5P9 -  
    The Rooms is a brilliant museum with numerous exhibitions on three different floors plus an entrance hall and gift shop on ground floor. You will get information about the animals, arts and history of Newfoundland and Labrador. Currently, there is also an exhibition about the First World War and its impacts on Newfoundland and Labrador. You can also enjoy a stunning view of the city from the fourth floor where you can go on an observation deck or enjoy the view from a cafe.
     
     
    Lieu historique national de Castle Hill
    1 Old Castle Hill Rd, Jerseyside, NL A0B 2G0 -  
    Castle Hill National Historic Site is a wonderful place to visit. There are nineteen stops on the tour outside that will lead you to different fortifications in a stunning natural environment. In the main building, you can enjoy an interesting exhibition and get some enriching history lessons. The little souvenir shop is also quite nice. Personnel is charming and helpful. The entrance fee is quite low and reasonable.
     
     
    Salmonier Nature Park
    Salmonier Line, Holyrood, NL A0A 2R0 -  
    Salmonier Nature Park is a wonderful spot to observe local species in their natural habitat. You can observe beavers, foxes, hares, lynxes, martens, moose and owls among others. You walk through the park on a wonderful boardwalk. A round-trip takes about seventy-five minutes. There is an interesting exhibition about the animals at the entrance as well. Staff is really helpful. There is no entrance fee. Sadly, some visitors make a lot of noise as they annoy the peaceful animals and they should learn to be more respectful.
     
     
    Réserve écologique de Cape St. Mary's
    Saint Bride's, NL A0B 2Z0 -  
    Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve is an outstanding place to observe seven different types of birds in their wonderful natural environment. The amazing trail takes about half an hour to go and another half hour to come back if you want to enjoy the wonders of nature calmly. There is an exposition at the entrance that is also worth your time. Staff is very professional as well. There is no entrance fee.
     
     
    Argentia Provincial Visitor Information Centre
    Placentia, NL A0B 1W0 -  
    Argentia Provincial Visitor Information Centre convinces with staff that welcomes you warmly to Newfoundland. The building is clean, modern and organized. You can get all the information you need for traveling through the province.
     
     
     
    North Sydney Ferry Terminal
    149, Prince St, North Sydney, NS B2A 3V2 -  
    The Ferry Terminal is clean and modern but lacking variety. You can sit around, shop some souvenirs and use vending machines but there isn't anything else around. If you want something to eat something while waiting for the boarding of your ferry, you have to check out and go to down North Sydney. This part of the city isn't too busy to say the least but you will at least find a few restaurants with reasonable prices. North Sydney Ferry Terminal should at least have a restaurant for basic needs.
     
     
    Bobby Joe Ryan Memorial Park
    230 Commercial St, North Sydney, NS B2A 1B7 -  
    Bobby Joe Ryan Memorial Park is a little but modern playground in the heart of North Sydney. Adults can sit and relax while children can have fun playing around. The park is dedicated to a local boy who tragically died when he got hit by a hockey puck.
     
     
     
    St Matthew Wesley Church Office
    2 Peppett St, North Sydney, NS B2A 2M7 -  
    Saint Matthew Wesley Church is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole region. Make sure to pass by and take a few pictures.
     
     
    Colaisde na Gàidhlig | The Gaelic College
    51779 Cabot Trail, Englishtown, NS B0C 1H0 -  
    Colaisde na Gàidhlig or the Gaelic College is a complex with a stunning garden with numerous sculptures and a stunning view of the surrounding landscapes. The shop inside offers a variety of items from calendars over clothes to music. If you're interested in Gaelic culture, make sure to stop here and discover this beautiful place.
     
     
    Kidston Island Lighthouse
    Victoria, Subd. B, NS -  
    The eye-catching Kidston Island Lighthouse is visible from the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site as well as from beautiful Baddeck harbour.
     
     
    Alexander Graham Bell Statue
    41 Water St, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0 -  
    This statue of Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel Gardiner Hubbard right beside Baddeck harbour looks really gorgeous. Take a walk around and don't hesitate to take a few pictures.
     
     
    Lieu historique national Alexander-Graham-Bell
    559 Chebucto St, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0 -  
    Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site is a museum dedicated to the inventions of the man who lived in Baddeck. There is a lot of information available for kids and adults alike. The museum is surrounded by beautiful terraces on a hill that overlook the charming town and its large harbour. The gift shop has quite a few interesting items such as commemorative coins. Visiting this place takes a little bit less than an hour.
     
     
    Cape Breton Causeway Inn
    21 Old Victoria Rd, Port Hastings, NS B9A 1L2 -  
    Cape Breton Causeway Inn is the type of motel that is still stuck in the eighties. Everything looks a little bit old but you get the basic accommodations like a comfortable bed and a large washroom. There is a lot of space on the parking lot. Breakfast choices are somewhat limited. Staff looks busy and stressed out. The price for the room is acceptable. The view of Canso Causeway is great.
     
     
    Balache Point Range Lighthouse
    Port Hastings, NS B9A 1J8 -  
    Balache Point Range Lighthouse is a beautiful building right beside Canso Causeway. However, one can't approach the lighthouse directly. A little trail or even a little museum would have been interesting options to add some more value to this stunning building.
     
     
    Canso Causeway
    Northumberland Strait, Guysborough, NS -  
    Canso Causeway consists of a rock-fill causeway, a movable bridge and a navigable canal. There is a big pier on Cape Breton Island where you can fish or observe the beauty of nature. On the other side of the road, you find some tourist information as well as a lighthouse which you can observe from afar but not approach. Overall, it's a quite beautiful spot and worth a quick stop for taking a couple of pictures.
     
     
    Caribou Ferry
    1H0, Trans-Canada Hwy, Pictou, NS B0K 1H0 -  
    Arriving at the port of Caribou in Nova Scotia was very convenient. The trip from Wood Islands took about seventy-five minutes. Leaving the ferry was easy as there were no traffic jams at all. The personnel did a great job and made travelling a great experience.
     
     
    Northumberland Ferries Ltd
    23 Service Rd, Belle River, PE C0A 1B0 -  
    Northumberland Ferries connect Wood Islands in Prince-Edward-Island with Caribou in Nova Scotia. The one-way trip takes about seventy-five minutes. The ferry has a good restaurant as well as a store offering ice cream and other refreshments. You can sit inside and outside, find information about the two provinces or enjoy a documentary in one of the waiting rooms. The only negative aspect is the lack of space and especially shades on deck.
     
     
    Wood Islands Lighthouse
    173 Lighthouse Rd, Belle River, PE C0A 1B0 -  
    Wood Islands Lighthouse offers quite a stunning view when arriving in or leaving Prince-Edward-Island. Take a few beautiful pictures from the ferry if you can.
     
     
    Charlottetown Marina
    Weymouth St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 0C4 -  
    Charlottetown Marina isn't just about boats and ships but you can also find a little restaurant here as well as a giant maple leaf honoring the town and the statues of a lobster and a seal. Take a walk around and keep your eyes open for a few great photographs.
     
     
    St. Dunstan's Basilica Cathedral
    65 Great George St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4K1 -  
    Saint Dunstan's Basilica Cathedral is a beautiful cathedral right in downtown Charlottetown. There are a few interesting statues around that look particularly beautiful with this building in the background.
     
     
    Lorimer Gallery
    82 Great George St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 4K4 -  
    Lorimer Gallery in downtown Charlottetown has some colourful and intriguing paintings on display. Take a look around while visiting this beautiful town.
     
     
    The Shops of Confederation Court Mall
    134 Kent St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 8R8 -  
    Confederation Mall is a small but clean, convenient and cool shopping mall where you can find banks, clothes and refreshments. The interior looks beautiful and the mall has four entrances which makes it easy to find and walk through.
     
     
    Lieu historique national Province House
    165 Richmond St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1J1 -  
    Province House National Historic Site is undergoing renovations right now. However, there are multiple beautiful parks with intriguing monuments around that still justify a visit. This spot is the brain, heart and soul of Charlottetown.
     
     
    St Peter's Cathedral Charlottetown
    7 All Souls Ln, Charlottetown, PE C1A 3W8 -  
    St. Peter's Cathedral and its neighbouring Rochford Square are among the most beautiful spots in all of Charlottetown. The elegant building and the colourful park complement each other perfectly. Have a break, sit down and take a few pictures.
     
     
    Prince Edward Battery
    45 Victoria Park Roadway, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1M6 -  
    Prince Edward Battery was reconstructed about a decade ago and looks now what it might have looked like two centuries ago when the British Regime was prepared to defend Charlottetown. This site isn't too big and a little museum might be missing here but it's a nice spot to walk around, take a few pictures and read the plaques about historic events. Visiting this place takes about ten minutes.
     
     
    Kiwanis Club Of Charlottetown Dairy Bar
    Victoria Pk, Charlottetown, PE C1A 2R4 -  
    Kiwanis Club Of Charlottetown Dairy Bar offers milkshakes and similar items for reasonable prices. Staff is friendly, helpful and quick. The immediate surroundings are gorgeous. Drink a milkshake, sit in the shades and enjoy the moment.
     
     
    Fanningbank/Government House
    1 Terry Fox Dr, Charlottetown, PE C1A 8T6 -  
    The Government House is a stunning building but the highlights are the wonderful garden and the stunning view of Northumberland Strait.
     
     
    Confederation Landing
    2 Great George St, Charlottetown, PE -  
    Confederation Landing is the biggest park in downtown Charlottetown. You can find the port, multiple little monuments and a few tourist restaurants and shops. If you come to Charlottetown for the first time, this should be your first stop.
     
     
    Queen Charlotte Armoury
    1 Haviland St, Charlottetown, PE C1A 0A8 -  
    Queen Charlotte Armoury offers an interesting display of war weaponry inside the museum but also outside for everyone to see. It's nothing truly outstanding but good enough for a couple of pictures and a few history lessons.
     
     
    Dutch Inn
    100 Trans-Canada Hwy, Cornwall, PE C0A 1H8 -  
    Dutch Inn seems to be stuck in the eighties with its rooms that look like old apartments. However, the rooms are spacious and comfortable. The parking lot is also quite big, Breakfast is included in the price and overall solid but not more. Staff is friendly but could refill breakfast items a little bit faster. Prices are slightly elevated but still acceptable.
     
     
    Borden-Carleton Visitor Information Centre
    100 Abegweit Blvd, Borden-Carleton, PE C0B 1X0 -  
    Borden-Carleton Visitor Information Centre offers clean restrooms, a few tourist shops and convenience stores and a small information centre. There is a small park outside with a strange monument and a playground for children. Opening hours should be 24/7 for those arriving in the province of Prince-Edward-Island for the first time.
     
     
    Port Borden Back Range Light
    75 Borden Ave, Borden-Carleton, PE C0B 1X0 -  
    Port Borden Back Range Light offers a few stunning sights such as a lighthouse and a railroad car. You can also see the impressive Confederation Bridge. It's a great place to take a stop for fifteen minutes or so after having crossed said bridge.
     
     
    Pont de la confédération
    Confederation Bridge, Borden-Carleton, PE -  
    Confederation Bridge has a beautiful and solid structure and connects the provinces of New Brunswick in the south and Prince-Edward-Island in the north. Maximum speed is eighty kilometres per hour, there is one lane for each way and it takes about ten minutes to cross this impressive bridge.
     
     
    Place Champlain
    477 Rue Paul, Dieppe, NB E1A 4X5 -  
    I had heard a lot of positive things about CF Champlain but it's really just a quite exchangeable shopping mall with the usual stores. It's clean, convenient and cool but I had expected a little bit more. In the beginning, it's tough to find your way inside the mall. Some stores are currently closed or being renovated such as Sunrise Records.
     
     
    Acadian Odyssey Monument
    Dieppe, NB E1A 1N3 -  
    The Acadian Odyssey Monument honours the fate of the deported Acadians. The monuments looks beautiful and the informative plaques are very interesting. The sights of the nearby muddy river in the south and the shopping mall in the north are however not very inspiring and the monument feels somewhat misplaced.
     
     
    Parc Bore
    11 Bendview Ct, Moncton, NB E1C 0H7 -  
    Bore Park isn't too boring but offers one stunning monuments and a few nice spots to sit around and enjoy the beauty of nature next to a busy city.
     
     
    Riverfront Park
    Assomption Blvd, Moncton, NB E1C 1A1 -  
    Riverfront Park is one of the most beautiful spots in Moncton where you can relax, examine some monuments and enjoy the beauty of nature next to a busy city.
     
     
    Hopewell Rocks Park
    131 Discovery Rd, Hopewell Cape, NB E4H 4Z5 -  
    Hopewell Rocks Park is an astonishing park to visit. You can see stunning stone formations but also walk on hiking trails and discover wonderful beaches. The interpretive centre is also quite informative. The shop offers a multitude of interesting souvenirs. The only downside is that this park is crowded with tourists in the summer.
     
     
    Réserve naturelle Marais du Cap Enragé
    Cape Enrage Rd, Waterside, NB E4H 4Z4 -  
    Cape Enrage Nature Preserve is one of the most beautiful spots in all of New Brunswick. You can find everything from hiking trails to a lighthouse. This place isn't as overloaded with tourists as other spots around and for insiders only.
     
     
    Alpine Motor Inn
    8591 Main St, Alma, NB E4H 1N5 -  
    Alpine Motor Inn is a clean and convenient motel situated in the beautiful village of Alma on the delta of the Upper Salmon River and Cleveland Brook, right next to Fundy National Park. Staff is very friendly. Door knobs are a little bit tough to handle. Room fee is slightly pricey. Breakfast isn't included.
     
     
    Alma Boathouse Restaurant
    8588 Main St, Alma, NB E4H 1N5 -  
    Alma Boathouse Restaurant convinces with a great selection of foods, stunning decorations and friendly staff. Prices are quite reasonable as well. I had breakfast there and I can only recommend others to go there as well.
     
     
    An Octopus' Garden Cafe
    8561 Main St, Alma, NB E4H 1N1 -  
    Octopus's Garden Cafe is more than just a cafe as it offers very tasty seafood. It also has a large selection of drinks, including beers of local breweries. Ask for specials that aren't on the menu as they are particularly great. Staff is very friendly and helpful as well. You can sit inside or outside. If you look for a place to dine in Alma, this is where you should go.
     
     
    Parc national Fundy
    Alma, NB -  
    Fundy National Park is one of the greatest national parks in all of Canada. My personal highlights were, from north to south, Wolfe Lake, Bennett Lake, Caribou Plain Trail, Point Wolfe Covered Bridge and Herring Cove.
     
     
    Kings Place Mall
    440 King St, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H8 -  
    One would expect a little bit more from a shopping mall situated downtown in New Brunswick's capital Fredericton. King's Place Mall looks like it's still stuck in the last century and there aren't too many interesting stores. The biggest store belongs to Scotiabank which speaks volumes for the lack of innovation in this mall. Still, the shopping centre is clean, convenient and cool for basic services.
     
     
    Assemblée législative du Nouveau-Brunswick
    706 Rue Queen, Frédéricton, NB E3B 1C5 -  
    Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick is easily the most beautiful building in New Brunswick's capital Fredericton. Visitors should take a few minutes to walk around the building and take some gorgeous pictures.
     
     
    Campement et Cimetière Loyaliste
    Salamanca Trail, Fredericton, NB -  
    Saint Anne's Point's Loyalist Provincials' Burial Ground is hidden in a small park beside Salamanca Trail that offers a nice view of Saint John River and its bridges. However, the burial ground itself looks a little bit lost and would need some maintenance.
     
     
     
    Reversing Falls Lookout Point
    Saint John, NB E2K 5L6 -  
    This stunning lookout at Reversing Falls in Saint John is everything you need to appreciate the beauty of nature and get some valuable information about the phenomenons you can observe on the plaques around. This beautiful lookout point makes the Skywalk experience unnecessary and will save you some money.
     
     
    Reversing Falls
    Saint-John, NB -  
    Reversing Falls and its surroundings are quite a stunning site. However, the Skywalk is too expensive for what it has to offer, namely a small platform plus a documentary of about fifteen minutes.
     
     
    Wolastoq Park
    211 Lancaster Ave, Saint John, NB E2M 2K8 -  
    Wolastoq Park offers an amazing view of Reversing Falls and its immediate surroundings. In addition to this, there are multiple statues of people who have influenced the history of Saint John, ranging from businessmen over military personnel to sportsmen.
     
     
    Three Sisters Lamp
    Prince William St, Saint John, NB -  
    Three Sisters Lamp is part of a wonderful little park near Saint John harbour. It's a great spot for a walk and there are multiple occasions for taking great pictures.
     
     
    The Moosehead Statue
    Saint-John, NB E2L 0A1 -  
    This is a beautiful statue of a beautiful animal given to the people of Saint John by the wonderful Moosehead Breweries.
     
     
    Tactik Paintball
    1870 Boulevard Maloney E, Gatineau, QC J8R 3Z2 -  
    Les lieux à l'accueil ont l'air d'être abandonnés et sont très délabrés. Il y a des balles blanches partout, des véhicules abandonnés et les tables et escaliers sont peu stables. Il y a des clous et morceaux de bois pourris sur le terrain. La préparation à l'activité peut prendre bien au-delà d'une heure. Par contre, le personnel est dynamique et les participants à l'activité se sont bien amusés.
     
     
     
    Moncton train station
    Canada St, Moncton, NB E1C 0E6 -  
    Moncton train station is clean and convenient. However, it's surrounded by tons of grey buildings, dirty streams and large roads. If you haven't been to Moncton and come by train for the first time, the city leaves a very depressing impression. VIA Rail and especially the City of Moncton should try to make this station look less functional and more beautiful.
     
     
    St John (New Brunswick)
    Saint John, NB E2M 1M2 -  
    The ferry ride from Digby, Nova Scotia to Saint John, New Brunswick was very enjoyable despite all the fog. The ship offers entertainment for children and adults, a souvenir shop, a restaurant and a bar. You certainly won't get bored on this trip that takes about two hours and fifteen minutes.
     
     
    Fort La Tour
    124 Chesley Drive, Navy Way, Saint John, NB E2K 1K7 -  
    Fort La Tour is part of the wonderful Harbour Pässage Trail with its numerous monuments. You can walk there for hours without getting bored. The only downside is the numerous dirty roads nearby.
     
     
    Digby
    680 Shore Rd, Digby, NS B0V 1A0 -  
    This passenger terminal convinces with friendly staff and boarding was done very quickly. The ferry left fifteen minutes earlier than scheduled, so make sure to be there at least one hour before the scheduled time of departure. The only thing that is missing nearby is a convenience store or a small restaurant. You should go downtown before your trip which is a ten-minute drive away or you can also eat and buy things on the ferry for overall reasonable prices.
     
     
    The Wheelhouse Seafood & Pasta
    100 Water St, Digby, NS B0V 1A0 -  
    The Wheelhouse convinces with a lovely patio that offers a great view of Digby harbour. Staff is particularly friendly and helpful. Food portions are generous and refills for soft drinks are free.
     
     
    Digby Visitor Information Ctr
    110 Montague Row, Digby, NS B0V 1A0 -  
    Digby County Trail and Digby Boardwalk are nearby this colourful Visitor Information Centre inspired by the art of Maud Lewis.
     
     
    Quai municipal de Taschereau
    Taschereau, QC J0Z 3N0 -  
    Le quai municipal de Taschereau est entouré d'un beau parc qui invite à faire des pique-niques en pleine nature. C'est un endroit splendide pour s'arrêter et apprécier les beautés des paysages.
     
     
     
    Halifax Waverley Inn
    1266 Barrington St, Halifax, NS B3J 1Y5 -  
    I had an excellent stay at Halifax Waverley Inn. Staff is helpful and polite. Decorations are very beautiful. Rooms are big and comfortable and have a unique atmosphere inspired by historical hotels. Bathrooms are also quite big and include Jacuzzi. Breakfast is generous and tastes great. Despite slightly elevated prices, I would certainly come back and can highly recommend this hotel.
     
     
    Cineplex Cinemas Yarmouth
    136 Starrs Rd, Yarmouth, NS B5A 4E5 -  
    It's quite amazing that a rather small community like Yarmouth has a modern Cineplex with five theatres inside. Staff is friendly and serves you quickly. Seats and screens are in very good condition. 3D glasses are available for adults and children and in very good condition as well. This is one of the best Cineplex locations I have ever been to.
     
     
    The Sea Dog Saloon
    #1 Dock Street, Shelburne, NS B0T 1W0 -  
    The Sea Dog Saloon is specialized on seafood. You can enjoy your meal on a patio that overlooks the beautiful harbour of Shelburne. Staff is friendly. Food is good. Prices are slightly elevated but still acceptable.
     
     
    Parc national de Kejimkujik Bord de mer
    1188 St Catherines River Rd, Port Joli, NS B0T 1S0 -  
    Kejimkujik National Park Seaside is a beautiful park where you can walk a trail of more than five kilometers for at least one and a half hours. You will see sandy and stony beaches, blindworms, frogs, seagulls and more. I couldn't see any seals though. The only inconvenience was the quite bumpy parking lot.
     
     
    Sherman Hines Museum Of Photography
    205 Church St, Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0 -  
    Sherman Hines Museum of Photography includes Rossignol Cultural Centre outside which consists of a few shacks portraying life in the community over the last three centuries. The centre is interesting but needs better maintenance. Some of the shacks are quite dirty and dusty but one has to admit that this flaw gives the centre a quite unique old atmosphere as well.
     
     
     
    Hell Bay Brewing Company
    38 Legion St, Liverpool, NS B0T 1K0 -  
    Hell Bay Brewing Company offers great beers as well as pops and snacks for very reasonable prices. Staff is generous and helpful. Their lime and pepper beer is quite outstanding. The only downsides are the lack of space inside and the emplacement next to a busy and loud road outside.
     
     
    Fort Point Lighthouse Park
    21 Fort Lane, Liverpool, NS B0T 1G0 -  
    Fort Point Lighthouse Park is a small but beautiful park and probably the most interesting thing to visit in Liverpool. You can go inside the lighthouse, buy a souvenir, watch a movie and try out the foghorn. Admission is free. The only downside is that the windows inside the lighthouse are so dirty that it's quite impossible to take a good picture of the surrounding landscapes.
     
     
    Smuggler's Cove Inn
    139 Montague St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 -  
    I had a great stay at Smuggler's Cove Inn. The room was clean and spacious and one could overlook downtown Lunenburg from the window. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Room rates are acceptable and even better if compared to competitors. The only downside is that breakfast isn't included but you can find numerous restaurants nearby.
     
     
    Lunenburg Academy Foundation
    97 Kaulbach St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 -  
    The Lunenburg Academy is the most beautiful building in town. It has its very own atmosphere with its unique architecture, isolated on a hill and surrounded by a cemetery.
     
     
    Subway
    116 Montague St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 -  
    Lunenburg's Subway is one of the best of the franchise. They offer Atlantic lobster sandwiches as well as seafood chowders in the summertime. You can eat on a patio from where you can overlook the entire waterfront with the harbour. In addition to this, staff is efficient and friendly.
     
     
    Lunenburg Visitor Information Centre
    11 Blockhouse Hill Rd, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 -  
    Lunenburg Visitor Information Centre is beautifully located on a hill close to downtown and next to a big camping site. There is a gorgeous monument with a cannon nearby. However, opening hours are quite restricted in the summertime. If you arrive in the evening, you have to improvise and pass by the next morning.
     
     
    Lunenburg Waterfront
    Lunenburg, NS -  
    Lunenburg Waterfront is a great place to walk around, sit down and enjoy the gorgeous landscapes as well as the beautiful ships passing by.
     
     
    Independent Grocery
    543 Main St, Mahone Bay, NS B0J 2E0 -  
    Beautifully located in one of Nova Scotia's most gorgeous communities, this Independent Grocery store convinces with particularly attentive staff members.
     
     
    Graves Island Provincial Park
    230 Graves Island Rd, Chester, NS B0J 1J0 -  
    Graves Island Provincial Park is a wonderful park where you can camp, hike or swim. The trail of a little more than three kilometers all around the island is particularly interesting and offers some information about this place. The landscapes are very beautiful. This place makes you feel peaceful.
     
     
    SR 111 Peggy's Cove Memorial
    8250 NS-333, Indian Harbour, NS B3Z 3R5 -  
    SR 111 Peggy's Cove Memorial honours the victims of the terrible flight disaster that occurred twenty years ago. The memorial is nicely integrated into the surrounding landscapes. It offers a beautiful sight despite its horrible circumstances.
     
     
    Nova Scotia Provincial Visitor Information Centre
    96 Peggys Point Rd, Peggys Cove, NS B3Z 3S2 -  
    Nova Scotia Provincial Visitor Information Centre at Peggy's Cove convinces with friendly staff offering some information about the small rural community. There are compost restrooms outside. There is also a big parking lot that is though quite crowded in the summertime.
     
     
    William E. deGarthe Memorial Provincial Park
    131 Peggys Cove Rd, Peggys Cove, NS B3Z 3S2 -  
    The carved monument at William E. deGarthe Memorial Provincial Park is very beautiful. It honors the culture of local fishermen. However, there is no real park around it and the monument looks somewhat misplaced.
     
     
    Peggy's Point Lighthouse
    Peggys Point Rd, Peggys Cove, NS B3Z 3S1 -  
    Peggy's Point Lighthouse is a wonderful spot to photograph and offers a stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean. Smelling the sea makes you fee free. However, there are two minor things to criticize. Firstly, the place is extremely crowded in the summertime. Secondly, one can't access and visit the lighthouse itself.
     
     
    Michoo's Nslc
    1 W Pennant Rd, Sambro, NS B3V 1E9 -  
    Michoo's NSLC is located at a beautiful natural spot and offers almost anything for your convenience.
     
     
    Lieu historique national de la Redoute-York
    300 Fergusons Cove Rd, Fergusons Cove, NS B3V 1G3 -  
    York Redoubt National Historic Site is an interesting site with numerous old buildings and weaponry situated at the entrance of Halifax Harbour at Ferguson's Cove. The lower section of the site is however not accessible and many graffiti have been smeared on the historical buildings.
     
     
    Point Pleasant Park
    5530 Point Pleasant Dr, Halifax, NS B3H 1B5 -  
    Point Pleasant Park is a wonderful park with numerous interesting monuments and buildings to discover. You can spend an entire evening there walking around and discovering new sights. It's also a great spot to just relax and observe the ships passing by.
     
     
    Bonaventure Anchor
    Point Pleasant Park, Sailors Memorial Way, Halifax, NS B3H 1A1 -  
    Bonaventure Anchor is one of many impressive monuments at Point Pleasant Park. Feel free to walk around, discover them and take some gorgeous pictures.
     
     
    Lieu historique national de la Tour-Prince-de-Galles
    5718 Point Pleasant Dr, Halifax, NS B3H 1B5 -  
    Prince of Wales Tower is an old and robust structure erected by the British to defend Halifax. The building still looks impressive today. There are plenty of banks to sit around the old tower. There is also a simplistic public restroom nearby for your convenience.
     
     
    Moffatt’s Pharmacy
    184 Portland St, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 1J3 -  
    Moffatt's Pharmacy is an old and traditional pharmacy with a stylish fresque outside that would need some refurbishing. Customer service was very polite as the lady working inside welcomed me very warmly and thanked me for passing by on my way out. I got everything I need for a very reasonable price.
     
     
    Ferry Park
    Dartmouth, NS B2Y 2N8 -  
    Ferry Park is close to Alderney Gate Ferry Terminal. One has a magnificent view of Halifax harbour from here. There are a few monuments, an open exhibition about stones from all around the world and a playground for children.
     
     
    Alderney Gate Ferry Terminal
    88 Alderney Dr, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4W1 -  
    Alderney Gate Ferry Terminal is a small and convenient ferry terminal in Dartmouth that offers trips to Halifax harbour and back again. There is one park on each side of the terminal and a market at the center. There are sometimes musicians around to entertain travelers.
     
     
    Halifax Ferry Terminal
    Halifax, NS B3J 1M3 -  
    Halifax Ferry Terminal offers ferry trips of about ten to fifteen minutes to two different locations in Dartmouth and back again. It's an easy, cheap and convenient way to travel. Watching the harbours on both sides is worth a round trip alone.
     
     
    Lieu historique national de la Citadelle-d'Halifax
    5425 Sackville St, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y3 -  
    Visiting Citadel Hill is certainly a highlight when staying in Halifax. The guided tour lasted about forty-five minutes and was quite informative. However, there are numerous exhibitions to be discovered by oneself, varying from a war museum over a special exhibition about the First World War to the military history of Halifax in particular. Overall, I stayed about three hours on Citadel Hill and enjoyed every minute of it.
     
     
    Gangnam Korean BBQ Halifax
    1261 Barrington St, Halifax, NS B3J 1Y2 -  
    Eating at Gangnam Korean BBQ was quite a mixed bag. On the positive side, it's great to find authentic Korean food in Halifax. I had spiced pork and kimchi and it was very good. It didn't take long to be served. However, I was asked to change places when a large group of mostly Chinese customers arrived soon after me. The waitresses were obviously discussing whether I should be moved to a different table right in front of me and then approached me quite bashfully. That felt quite odd to me but being a gentleman, I obviously cooperated. None of the Chinese customers ever thanked me for making room for them and I didn't receive anything in return for my cooperation. I didn't expect anything in particular but it would at least have been a friendly gesture.
     
     
    Red Stag Tavern
    1496 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1R9 -  
    Red Stag Tavern is associated to nearby Alexander Keith's Brewery. The traditional location has its very unique charm. Food was excellent, I had scallops with bacon in maple sauce with rice and vegetables on the side as well as a seafood chowder as appetizer and everything tasted perfectly. The beer was obviously also very tasty. I can highly recommend this tavern for dinner.
     
     
    Alexander Keith's
    1496 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 3R5 -  
    Visiting Alexander Keith's brewery with three different guides was very entertaining and informative. The visit lasted about an hour and I enjoyed every minute of it. I also had the chance to taste four different types of beers with very unique tastes.
     
     
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
    1723 Hollis St, Halifax, NS B3J 1V9 -  
    Art Gallery of Nova Scotia offers numerous exhibitions from traditional Japanese paintings over contemporary arts involving lights to the painted house of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis. There is something for every taste. The visit lasted roughly one and a half hours and I enjoyed every minute of it.
     
     
    Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
    1675 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S3 -  
    Maritime Museum of the Atlantic shows the background of very intriguing stories such as the Franklin Expedition, the fate of the Titanic and the Halifax Explosion. There is a tent outside where one can watch two documentaries with a length around twenty-five minutes, one about whales and another one about the local schooner Bluenose. The whole visit lasts about two and a half hours and is very interesting.
     
     
    Kawartha Spirit
    1751 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S5 -  
    Kawartha Spirit is the name of a ship that offers guided tours around Halifax. I went on a trip of two and a half hours and saw a whale, a seal, a lobster and a stone crab. The crew was entertaining as well. The only negative element were the speakers as one could barely understand what the guides had to say.
     
     
    Atlantic Superstore
    1075 Barrington St, Halifax, NS B3H 2P8 -  
    This franchise is well-situated next to Via Rail train station in Halifax. Atlantic Superstore has a great selection of foods, particularly local seafood. There are also some interesting items like bags, bottles, cans and more with colourul designs honoring Canadian culture. Drink selection could be larger and easier to find. Prices are quite elevated, even by Canadian standards.
     
     
    Discovery Centre
    1215 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 3S8 -  
    The building's architecture looks stunning outside and inside. The exhibition about video games was interesting. Staff was friendly and informative. However, this place is only interesting for young children. There isn't much to learn for teenagers and basically nothing for adults. Since young kids often come with older siblings or parents, the museum should offer at least a small exhibition for them as well.
     
     
    Henry House
    1222 Barrington Street, Halifax, NS B3J 1Y6 -  
    Henry House is a great pub with historic charm that brings you back to the early years of the twentieth century with stylish decorations and vivid jazz music. Food tastes great and prices are reasonable. There are numerous interesting local beers on tap. Staff is friendly and helpful. Opening hours to have dinner are longer than at most other pubs around.
     
     
    The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Halifax
    1712 Market St, Halifax, NS B3J 2E3 -  
    The Keg is an elegant steakhouse that offers very tasty combinations of steaks and seafood. As most of its other restaurants at other locations across Canada, it's a standout restaurant which makes The Keg one of the greatest franchises in all of North America. The only downsides are the slightly elevated prices and the fact that waiters and waitresses ask you so often if everything's alright that you can hardly find the time to eat your delicious meal.
     
     
    Winston Churchill Statue
    Spring Garden Rd, Halifax, NS B3J 1E9 -  
    This statue really looks like Winston Churchill who went to Halifax on several occasions. Even though the statue is slightly hidden, it's one of the most beautiful ones to find in and around Halifax.
     
     
    The Old Burying Ground
    1541 Barrington St, Halifax, NS -  
    The Old Burying Ground is a historic cemetery dating back to colonial times and must be one of the oldest in the whole area. This place looks old but it's still possible to read the gravestones. There are a few nice sculptures around as well. Maintenance is overall good. Visit if you are interested in colonial history.
     
     
    St. Paul's Anglican Church
    1749 Argyle St, Halifax, NS B3J 3K4 -  
    St. Paul's Anglican Church is Halifax' oldest church. You can find some plaques with additional information about the building nearby. While it's impressive that this building still stands, it certainly needs better maintenance. It looks as if it were about to fall apart during the next storm. Also, it isn't possible to visit the church regularly which is a pity given its historic importance.
     
     
    Fallen Peace Officers Memorial
    1770 Barrington St, Halifax, NS B3J 3Y8 -  
    Fallen Peace Officers Memorial commemorates those who died serving and protecting Nova Scotia. The memorial certainly has its reason to be but is the least spectacular one on Grande Parade.
     
     
    Halifax City Hall
    1841 Argyle St, Halifax, NS B3J 3A5 -  
    Halifax City Hall is a beautiful building at the north side of Grande Parade. You can find some plaques with additional information about the building and its surroundings nearby. It's a great spot for taking numerous pictures as well.
     
     
    Historic Properties
    1869 Upper Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S9 -  
    Historic Properties is situated towards the end of Halifax Boardwalk. You can find numerous shops, restaurants and art galleries nearby. Most of the facilities still look the way they did about two hundred fifty years ago.
     
     
    Submarine Playground
    1655 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 1S3 -  
    Submarine Playground is a colourful spot for children to have fun beside Halifax Boardwalk.
     
     
    Murphy;s Cocktail Cruise
    Halifax, NS B3J 1S3 -  
    Murphy's Cocktail Cruise takes you on a ninety-minute boat trip up and down the harbpur of Halifax. You can have a solid selection of drinks on the Silva. A guide will tell you more about local history during the trip.
     
     
     
    Norwegian Memorial Stone
    1617 Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3J 3P6 -  
    This little memorial honours the Norwegians that died in and around Nova Scotia during the Second World War. The memorial has its reason to be but looks rather unspectacular. It's merely a stone with a few brief sentences carved in it.
     
     
    Halifax Waterfront
    Lower Water St, Halifax, NS B3H 4P8 -