Walking The High Line in New York City

The High Line is an urban public park space built on a historic elevated freight rail line that weaves above the streets of Manhattan’s West Side. It starts at the base of Hell’s Kitchen, and runs through Chelsea to the Meatpacking District with varying on and off points along the way. The High Line is the…

Whale Watching off the coast of Brier Island, Nova Scotia

When you start to think about travelling to Canada’s East Coast, you most always think first about where you’ll find the pounds of fresh lobster you’re going to consume, but following that, you’ll likely wonder… “Where should I go whale-watching?!” There are many different locations to seek out whales throughout the different east coast provinces,…

How best to experience Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

The lovely town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia is the home of the Bluenose II, the speedy schooner that appears on the Canadian dime, and is only one of two urban UNESCO World Heritage Sites in North America. Lunenburg is a lovely place to visit for the day while travelling through Nova Scotia, and also a…

A visit to Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia

Peggy’s Cove, and it’s famous photogenic lighthouse, are probably the most iconic images that come to mind when you think of Canada’s East Coast. Generally, the small town of Peggy’s Cove is a charming, quaint, seaside nook. However, in the daytime almost all year round, it fills with tourists who are all pouring in to…

Exploring Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax is Nova Scotia’s capital city, and a great city in which to explore at a leisurely pace. There’s lots to do and see. If you give yourself a day or two, you’ll have enough time to hit the highlights, and chow down on plenty of fresh, East Coast seafood! what to do Halifax Citadel…