Before our long road trip to Halifax, we stopped at the village of Victoria by the sea. We walked through the small village in the cool of the morning. The Nova Scotia landscape was no relief from the spindly forests and deserted landscape of NB. Our hotel in Halifax was uninviting with a tacky renovation and remnants of a dumpy trumpy. We quickly exited the premises and headed for Peggy’s Cove since the next day looked like rain. Peggy’s Cove was amazing. We couldn’t get enough of the smooth granite rock, classic lobster fishing village and lighthouse. The weather was unusually warm, and we ate at the reasonably priced restaurant and caught the sunset.