Great Place to take picture from old port, this is a housing complex built as part of Expo 67. It was designed to integrate the variety and diversity of scattered private homes with the economics and density of a modern apartment building. The project was designed to create affordable housing with close but private quarters, each equipped with a garden. The building was believed to illustrate the new lifestyle people would live in increasingly crowded cities around the world.
Discover the unique history, stunning beauty and diverse cultures of Canada and New England. Walk Boston’s Freedom Trail, explore Prince Edward Island, and immerse yourself in the French inspired wonders of Québec City and Montreal. And new this year: the wild beauty of Gaspé Peninsula, the traditions of the Innu nation at Sept-Îles, and a manmade glacier in Baie-Comeau, all in Québec.
This cruise feature five convenient home ports. Aboard a five-star Holland America ship.
Charlottetown, the Capital City of Prince Edward Island, is the perfect blend of urban excitement …More
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Charlottetown, the Capital City of Prince Edward Island, is the perfect blend of urban excitement, country living and some of the cleanest air in Canada. Enjoy a stroll on National Historic Great George Street; sit amongst the trees on Victoria Row; or shop on Queen Street. With an eclectic mix of restaurants, pubs, and cafes, there is something for every taste bud. Community and city-wide festivals fill the streets nearly every week of the year, offering exhilarating options from world class music, theatre, comedy, gaming and sport.
Sydney—also commonly known as the Steel City—is Nova Scotia’s third largest city and acts as a major industrial hub for the rest of Atlantic Canada. Located on the shores of the vast Sydney harbour, Sydney is a popular stopover point for cruise ships on the Atlantic Shore. This historic community is a mainstay of the legendary Cape Breton region, and boasts several buildings and landmarks that date as far back as 1786. Learn about the tumultuous history that helped forge this early settlement into the city that is today at the Cape Breton Centre for Heritage and Science. Strolling along the Oceanfront Esplanade will lead visitors to numerous statues and plaques that celebrate Sydney’s rich cultural heritage, while the nearby Cossit and Jost Houses are historical museums that will take tourists back in time. Sydney River—just south of central Sydney—is a rich and vibrant shopping district
We'd like to introduce you to the exciting variety of sights, attractions and people that make up the Halifax region. Nature has blessed this area with sandy beaches, rugged shorelines and colorful gardens. This fine location was the site of the first British town in Canada, founded in 1749. Since then, the area has evolved to be home for a diverse mix of people. Charming fishing villages, farming communities and Atlantic Canada's largest city awaits you.
In the heart of the downtown you'll find art galleries, museums, historic sites and churches, shopping, sidewalk cafés and friendly nightclubs. Lively pubs and livelier entertainment and a nightlife that doesn't quit, spectacular shows, first class sporting events, riveting live theatre on both sides of the harbour, scrumptious dining and non-stop fun are the ticket to an exhiliarating Halifax experience
The magic of Bar Harbor…romance, adventure, the rock-bound coast and soaring granite cliffs. From the stonewall-lined and tree-covered road leading you into our village, to the sweeping vistas from atop Cadillac Mountain, there is a special mystique to Bar Harbor. Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, surrounded by Acadia National Park, we have welcomed visitors for over a hundred years. And now we welcome you, too! Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park have a wide variety of offerings for visitors. There truly is something for everyone.
If you're considering a vacation in Maine or planning to travel New England, Bar Harbor should top your list of destinations, as it is truly one of the best places to visit in Maine and New England. Not exactly a well-guarded secret, but not overrun with tourism either, Bar Harbor is a Maine/New England vacation spot beyond compare. And of course one of its many attractions is its close proximity to Acadia National Park – over 50 square miles of highly varied, beautiful terrain, hiking, and views.
The Stockbridge area is blessed with a line-up of cultural attractions that rivals that of many metropolitan areas: internationally renowned summer festivals of music, theatre, and dance; major art museums and galleries, and historic homes and gardens. The spectacular Berkshire countryside that provides a backdrop for the cultural showcase is itself a destination, with numerous trails and back roads for hiking, cycling, bird watching, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Guided tours and local train rides are offered during the summer season.