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I took a trip to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick a few years ago. Here's a few of the pictures, it was pouring rain and spitting snow most of the time I was there, but I managed to have a nice time anyway.

We took the ferry from Portland, Maine. Here's the view from the ferry arriving at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia:

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One of the many coastal villages between Yarmouth and Halifax:

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Halifax:

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One of the bridges in Halifax, I can't remember which one:

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Reversing Falls in Saint John, New Brunswick:

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A village in Southern New Brunswick (quite blurry):

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Leaving Canada at the Border Crossing into Calais, Maine:

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Wow! I've never been to Nova Scotia, though I've often thought about taking one of the ferries out of Portland, ME. Maybe next summer...

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The one out of Portland is overnight, it's like a white trash cruise. They have a casino and dinner theatre. It was fun. there's also a high speed ferry out of Bar Harbor that makes the crossing in a few hours. Haven't been on that one yet.

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Thanks for the info on the ferries. I've often thought of trying one. I wonder why they don't have on from Boston, seems like it would have more of a customer base.

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I remember some talk of a ferry out of Boston. I believe there's a cruise line that heads to Atlantic Canada and the St. Lawrence from Boston.

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Yes, do a search for 'Boston Halifax Cruise' or something like that and a bunch of agencies come up.

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