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Windsor (Nova Scotia)

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* Travel to the nearby university town of [[Wolfville]], where at sundown something very intriguing happens in a tiny park. Surrounded by car lots a block off the main street is '''Robie Swift Park''' and there stands a lone chimney from a long-gone dairy plant. At about sunset chimney swifts flit and circle the chimney before entering for the night. This event is watched by many people, though sadly the number of swifts has declined over the years due to a population of merlins nesting nearby. If you see nothing else in Wolfville, see this. It is so uplifting. Also visit the local bookshop for an excellent selection of books.
*'''Fort Edward National Historic Site''', Fort Edward St., ''+1 902'' 532-2321, []. 15 Jun-31 Aug, M-F 10AM-6PM, Su noon-6PM. The oldest surviving Blockhouse in Canada, Fort Edward was built by the British in 1750. Free.
*<eat name="The Spitfire Arms Alehouse" alt="" address="29 Water Street, Windsor" directions="Exit #6, Hwy 101" phone="902-792-1460" url="" hours="11am-12am" price="$$" lat="" long="">Excellent British style pub with 17 draught taps and great food menu. Children welcomed. Function room for up to 50, live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Non-smoking & NO VLT's. Aviation items on display - GREAT food, service and atmosphere! Just what you'd hope an authentic "local pub" should be.</eat>
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