Fairholm National Historic Inn

Address: 230 Prince Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A4S1, Canada | B&B
 
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      Potatoes and Anne

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Aug 11, 2014

      30 photos

      ... so the house just sits in a green paddock. They all are very proud of their grass as it is always mowed and looks really neat.

      We put up the tent and then headed out again to find some lighthouses. We found Blockhouse Point Lighthouse which was the best as it still had the old house underneath. No one lives in it but the light still is working. There were another couple at Port la Joy. These weren’t spectacular but the place had ...

      Lobster's and Concerts

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jul 11, 2014

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      So how does Lobstering really work. Top Notch Tours answered our questions and tantalized our taste buds.

      Picture 5:30PM in Charlottetown's harbour on a perfect friday evening. The group set out on an actual lobster/tuna fishing boat with Mark at the helm and his cousin Cody in tow.

      We learned about lobstering, licensing, processing, crabbing, tuna fishing (fighting a tuna on a line for 9.5 hours and then losing the fish - ...

      Prince Eddie Island. Day 879.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 05, 2013

      15 photos

      ... br> We followed the coastal route then onto the 26 with the low sun shining into our eyes. I have been told that PEI is all farmland and beaches and so far I would concur. It actually reminded me of Wisconsin, except for the beach part.

      We crossed the bridge over the Hillsborough River and into Charlottetown. I asked the gas station attendant for a good place to eat. He pointed past my ear and to the 'Old Triangle Irish Ale ...

      Lighthouse obsession

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 25, 2013

      12 photos

      ... a floating wooden boardwalk over a huge pond, known as Bowley Pond. Thousands of tall, thin reeds in clusters had replaced the strong and sturdy spruce and firmtrees. The low lying vegetation allowed us expanisve views across the pond and towards the sand dunes in the distance. We had read that northern harriers and mongoose were residents of the pond so we had our eyes peeled and senses primed. We walked drunkenly across the constantly moving floating boardwalk towards the sand ...

      We end our trip where it all began...

      A travel blog entry by craig.d.work on Jul 26, 2013

      8 photos

      ... back asleep (thank you ear plugs), but Craig wasn't so lucky. Apparently he stayed awake for most of the early morning, reading his book by headlamp. Unfortunately I could still hear a bit of the rain through my ear plugs, so when I woke up again (a respectful 6:00 AM), I had to...well...you know what feeling the sound of running water can cause. And as previous blogging has explained to everyone, I have a larger bladder than Craig, so you can imagine how uncomfortable ...