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  1. Yes, I hope that's obvious! Dropped that into the middle of the sentence, but Peggy's Cove, Lunenberg, and etc. are all a driving distance from the port. So you will need transportation to get there, for sure.
  2. Halifax is entirely walkable. Your ship will dock right next to the Canadian Immigration Museum which is worth popping in to see. Next to it is a public market. From there, you can walk along the waterfront for shops and sights. The climb to the citadel is do-able for the mobile and modestly fit. It has spectacular views of the city. There is also a maritime museum where you can see Titanic artifacts, which I'm told was pretty good. If you like fishing villages and lighthouses, Peggy's Cove is pretty spectacular. Halifax is a really wonderful place. You'll enjoy doing this on foot. A
  3. There is a step on step off trolley in St. John's which is pretty cheap and gets you to all the sites. It has changed a little since I was in St. John's in 2016 (price doubled to $10) but it also seems to go further. The highlight for me was Signal Hill but the Quidi Vidi Village is supposed to be good too. https://www.metrobus.com/thelink/schedule.html
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