聖朗海参Saint Langjun (saintland) has just returned from a self-driving tour of Canada's three ocean provinces. I am used to seeing Lighthouse Beach (63 lighthouses on Prince Edward Island, 50 recommended beaches), but from the perspective of a Qingdao seaside living person, Peggy Bay in Halifax is very good and worth visiting. First, the rocks are so beautiful that they are wild, primitive, and old, as if to see the original face of the earth in the beginning of the century. Second, the lighthouse is beautiful. It is located on such a rock and sits on the sea like the "Blue Danube". The old lighthouse is neither beautiful nor difficult. Third, the fishing village is beautiful, so natural and chronological. A must-visit place in Peggy Bay when visiting North America. (No matter how translated in Chinese, what is Little Pig Bay, Peggy Bay, I like to call her Peggy's Cove) In addition, Lunenburg (Lunenburg) not far from here is also very good and can be listed as the first line of travel , It is recommended, it is recommended to stay here overnight. Visit Peggy (recommended for one day or half a day, Peggy’s seaweed is very characteristic), stay in Lunen (recommended for two days), enjoy the scenery (appreciate the beauty, take time, savor carefully), and taste the food. A quiet and beautiful harbor, and you who like quietness, life is beautiful, and the years are quiet.
乖小咪This is a very beautiful green garden. There are many landscape plants in the whole garden. They are arranged in various patterns. They are very beautiful. The vegetation is dense and the air is very fresh. It is worth a visit. Go and feel it.
黑龙二毛Going to this museum, you can learn that some major disasters in the world, such as the sinking of the Titanic and the Halifax explosion, originally occurred in or near this city. And the outdoor exhibition of this museum and the nearby bay are even more worth seeing!
e21***17On Castle Hill in the famous Canadian port city of Halifax, there is an octagonal star-shaped fortress. This fortress was built in 1825. It is the fourth fortress built here and one of the largest stone-built military fortresses in North America. Now, at noon every day, the salute will be held at the octagonal star-shaped fortress, which makes tourists feel both nervous and exciting. Of course, it is a pleasing thing to appreciate the legionnaire’s bagpipe playing and the neat training and marching.
137***66[Scenery] The best museum in the world
No other natural history museum can compare with it (sorry, Smithsonian). It's big, but the layout is nice and modern. The exhibits here are very special, such as "Tyrannosaurus" is particularly good. As a reward, you have the opportunity to enter the Hayden Planetarium. Go in from the underground entrance of 81st Street and take the subway-this line is relatively short.
Tiramisu8511The existing castle was built in 1825 and is one of the largest stone fortresses in North America. Inside the castle are the Nova Scotia Museum and the Arms and Arms Museum. The students in soldier costumes are college students. This is their summer job
The Halifax area has a variety of public spaces, ranging from urban gardens, public squares, expansive forested parks, and historic sites. The original grid plan devised when Halifax was founded in 1749 included a central military parade square, the Grand Parade. The square hosts the City Hall at one end, and is a popular site for concerts, political demonstrations, as well as the annual Remembrance Day ceremony at the central cenotaph. Another popular downtown public space is the timber Halifax Boardwalk, which stretches approximately 3 km (1.9 mi) and is integrated with several squares and monuments. Halifax Harbour is a major port used by numerous shipping lines, administered by the Halifax Port Authority. The Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard have major installations along prominent sections of coastline in both Halifax and Dartmouth. The harbour is also home to a public ferry service connecting downtown Halifax to two locations in Dartmouth. Sheet Harbour is the other major port in the municipality and serves industrial users on the Eastern Shore.
During our trip to Canada to see all the fall foliage this fall season, we checked the famous Peggy’s Point Lighthouse. We heard it’s still an active lighthouse and a must see landmark while in Nova Scotia (since it’s very iconic to Canada)!