Nova Scotia / New Brunswick / Prince Edward Island / Quebec City

A few more shots of Madeline during the rare hours when we’re not in the car:

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After spending the night in Halifax, we moved on to Summerside, Prince Edward Island. On the way we stopped at Springhill, NS, where Nicole’s grandmother is from:

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Then we crossed the Confederation Bridge. Two things were funny about this little island: (1) gas was the same price everywhere in the entire province, and (2) that bridge has a $44.25 toll! Nicole of course got some great shots of the Anne of Green Gables house:

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Heading west toward Quebec City, we stopped in Hartland, New Brunswick to see the longest covered bridge in the world:

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Continuing west, we had to laugh at the name of this town:

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It was dark when we finally arrived in Quebec City and the glorious Fairmont Le Ch√Ęteau Frontenac. Here is the view of the St. Lawrence from our room:

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And a few shots from around Old Quebec. It was well below freezing, so we only went for a short walk; we’ll go for another tomorrow morning.

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2 responses to “Nova Scotia / New Brunswick / Prince Edward Island / Quebec City

  1. That first photo of Madeline is absolutely perfect! You’re doing a great job with that new lens Nicole. And all the history in Quebec…how you can you leave there now?? I’m sure there’s lots more history to discover in the city. Was that a random space shuttle out in the middle of nowhere on PEI??

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