National Geographic : 1975 Jun
When you vacation in beautiful Nova Scotia, you get more than you bargained for. It's like seven vacations in one. To begin with, six of them take you through our countryside, because they're thoughtfully-planned, carefully-marked holiday trails. Great for drives, interesting side trips and endless exploring. One day you'll roam the hills of Cape Breton. The next day you're on the beach near Peggy's Cove. With lots of time left to see the classic churches on the Evangeline Trail, and do a Scottish fling in Antigonish. Not to forget the golf and salt water sport fishing that are waiting at our secluded resort hotels. Then comes the seventh part of your vacation. In our famous port cities, Halifax and Dartmouth. Seafood that's out-of-this-world, at prices that aren't. Swinging discos that swing until very very late. Handsome handicrafts. Luxurious indoor pooled hotels. Why not send for your free Nova Scotia holiday kit right now. Lots of places can offer you a great vacation. How many can offer you seven? SThe Cabot rail. I- A out. Couldn't you use a little now? For more information about this beautifulpart of Atlantic Canada, write to one of our Nova Scotia Information Offices: 630 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3115, New York, N.Y. 10020 Area Code 212-581-2420/616 ForestAvenue, Portland,Maine 04101, Call 772-6131, (otherparts of New Englandcalltoll free 800-341-6709)/P.O . Box 130, Halifax, Nova Scotia. B3J 2M7.