My mom was saying yesterday that she's never been to Nova Scotia and would love to go there. I'm thinking of putting together a vacation. (Wish I could pay for it, but that isn't happening. Though if the price were right, I would love to accompany her.) She's 80, but able bodied-- she lives on her own and drives locally. I was thinking of 4 or 5 nights in Halifax, then taking tours in and around the city. (Mom's parents were from Newfoundland, so she's been there a number of times. She and dad also went to Quebec and Montreal and Niagara Falls-- so she's really interested in Nova Scotia, not a more extensive tour or cruise.) Any suggestions? Hotels, things to do...anything??