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We made a brief stop at the Grand-Pre' National Park to learn which is a park set aside to commemorate this area of Nova Scotia as a center of Acadian settlement from 1682 to 1755, and the British deportation of the Acadians that happened during the French and Indian War.
Late afternoon we arrived at our waterfront accommodations on charming Western Shore. Upon arrival we could stroll along the beach with views of Oak Island, home of a pirate’s treasure still waiting to be found.
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