A relatively small (47 000 people) county on Nova Scotia's scenic South Shore. Tourist haven in the summer, cold and bleak in winter. Home of the best beaches in Canada, and weed that flows as plentiful as water. A very exciting place, if you're 90.
Let's go to Lunenburg County and visit the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic.
A historic seaside town of about 3000 people on Nova Scotia's South Shore. German people settled sometime in the 1700s. Nothing to do unless you're a tourist or an old lady.
Lunenburg, NS: A drinking town with a fishing problem