Here's a video about public transit courtesy - kind of amusing.
If you have to use buses and subways regularly, you have my full sympathy!
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse, on the eastern side of St. Margaret's Bay, is iconic. The original structure dates from 1868 and its replacement, built in 1914, is still operational today, though automated. It's really fun to jump around on the huge granite outcrops that the lighthouse sits on and to watch the waves crashing in. Apparently every year several tourists get swept off the rocks in spite of the warning signs.
|In Halifax Harbour - Georges Island, and its lighthouse, 1876 and replaced in 1917|
|Georges Island, viewed from Citadel Hill|
The Woods Island Lighthouse in PEI welcomes the ferry from Caribou, Nova Scotia.
|Woods Island, PEI, 1876|
|East Point Lighthouse, PEI, 1867|
|St. Peter's Bay Roman Catholic Church|
|St. Peter's Bay United Church, PEI, 1886|
The following lighthouse is on the south shore of PEI and we had lunch nearby before crossing the Confederation Bridge back to the mainland.
|Cape Enrage, Lighthouse (1870) Fundy Coast of New Brunswick|
|There's a path up to the lighthouse|