Smell the fresh saltiness of a coastal breeze. Pause to watch sailboats tack across the bay. Feel the joy of freedom. Come explore Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coast.
Take a 20-minute walk towards Parc Molson, the most enchanting park in the area. Located between Beaubien and Saint-Zotique streets, and divided in the middle by D’Iberville, the park displays art installations and allows for many sports to be enjoyed. You’ll appreciate the walk and the view around Parc Molson’s gazebo, and the red and yellow leaves of autumn falling on you are a definite plus.
By Joanne Reid It’s early morning in the beautiful city of Victoria, British Columbia, and already we are on our way to The Butchart Gardens, located in the Brentwood Bay area. The gardens are on 55 acres of land originally purchased and used by the Butchart family to build a cement factory (due to its […]
The heritage ghost town at 3 Valley Gap displays years of effort by the Bell family. It contains 25 historic buildings from all over British Columbia. On a daily tour, you’ll see Hotel Bellevue, the Golden Wheel Saloon, a blacksmith shop complete with artifacts, a barbershop, and a jail, among others.