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Nova Scotia + Prince Edward Island Travel Guide

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Driving Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

Four people, a thousand miles of scenic byways, and crafts galore make for a perfect Canadian road trip. Henry Alford gets hooked on Nova Scotia...

Tee Times In Atlantic Canada

Greenbacks are golden in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, where Gaelic festivals and great golf go hand in glove

World’s Best Trip: Cape Breton, Canada

How to take a World’s Best trip to Cape Breton.

World's Best Islands 2011

Travel + Leisure readers pick the world’s best islands for your next warm-weather getaway.

Following the Royals Through North America

BBC Travel - Passport Blog |  At the end of this month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will embark on their first royal tour...

Dan Zanes' Nova Scotia | T+L Family

Family-music man Dan Zanes points the way to a quiet corner of Canada where he and his kin have found a simpler way to play

Letters | November 2011

California Dream “Malibu: California Beach Getaway” nails the subtle alchemy that makes Malibu one of the most storied yet least understood high-profile towns in America....

World's Most Beautiful Ferry Rides

Float by natural and man-made wonders on the world’s most beautiful ferry rides.

Summer by the Sea

See the surf and smell the salt air at these seductive courses and resorts

World's Strangest Beaches

Supersize dunes, hot mineral pools, purple sand: These beaches are as strange as they are beautiful.
HOTELS

Castle Rock Country Inn

The vertiginous view: the 15-room property sits on a cliff overlooking Ingonish Harbor. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Chanterelle Inn

Chef-owner Earlene Busch will whip up a four-course meal, including a surprisingly good dessert of cheesecake with chanterelle sauce. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Féis Mhábu

The festival glorifies all things Gaelic with traditional dances, workshops (learn to step-dance), and language classes (did you know that am foghar is Gaelic for "autumn"?). more ›


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