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1617 Lower Water Street Sackville Landing next to the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 1S3 Canada
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Nova Scotia Day Tour - Visit Peggy's Cove, Lunenburg, and the Annapolis Valley.
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Nova Scotia Day Tour - Visit Peggy's Cove, Lunenburg, and the Annapolis Valley.

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The best part of this tour is the down-home hospitality Sam tries to deliver with every ride. There is no real set schedule, so we have a bit more flexibility in how we do things. Sam will help you from the time you first write to the time she hugs you goodbye at the last stop and beyond if you're traveling to anywhere else that she is familiar with. Get to know other travelers and share once in a lifetime experiences along the way.
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Kathy33853 wrote a review Aug 2018
New Milford, Connecticut26 contributions12 helpful votes
We enjoyed both movies about the Blue Nose II and Calvin, the right whale. The dome was most comfortable and the movies were quite informative. The video was incredible and the narration was spot on.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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britt77 wrote a review Dec 2016
Dartmouth, Canada302 contributions99 helpful votes
We saw this on a wet Sunday in October, when there were very few others in attendance. And truly, that's what made it impressive. The story (the history of the Bluenose), the audio (from quality headphones) and the visuals (projected onto a half-sphere above your head) were very, very good. The "sea-spray" (a nozzle mounted on the seat in front) did not work, and we were glad of it. We get enough rain here, without having it spat in your face! The seat vibration effect was novel for about 2 minutes, when it became a weird distraction. Then we just ignored it. And that's the best state to be in - then you can concentrate on the great visuals. Consider an On-Off switch for the future. However, it would have been a lot less impressive IF we had not been sat in the last two rows of seats. In fact, I would go so far to say, if you can only get seats in the front half of the auditorium, don't bother. You will miss so much. Get there early and grab seats in the last row. Even sat in the last two rows, you'll still find yourself straining your head & neck back to view what's behind you. Why not allow the seats to tip back further?? That's a major flaw that must be fixed. That said, I know this is Brookes Diamond's first attempt to stage something like this. With some tweaking, he's onto a winner, for sure. Just like "Drum" which was awesome!
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Date of experience: October 2016
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