9) Eat dinner at a heritage train station in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
If staying in a lighthouse doesn’t float your boat perhaps staying in a converted train station will. The Train Station Inn in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia is a century old and offers a unique heritage B&B experience. Built in 1928, the dining car made its last trip along the track in 1997 and was restored into a gorgeous little restaurant in 2001 with a number of renovated cabooses for those who want to spend the night. Both the station and the dining car are chock full of railway memorabilia taking you back to a time before travel meant cheap flights and quick getaways. Tatamagouche means the ‘meeting of waters’ and is a tiny town located on the Sunrise Trail on the shores of the Northumberland Strait and is worth a look for its artist community, craft shops and galleries.
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