Fairholm National Historic Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and tea store that was open. We were told that the best lobster dinners were available at the New Glascow Lobster supper or the Famous Fishermans Wharf in North Rustico. We had an amazing supper at the Famous Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant. Clarence had scallops, Gail and Jim had the endless seafood buffet and I opted ...
We left the cottage in Cape Traverse this morning and went to Charlottetown to do the 'Eckhart in the City" scavenger hunt. Eckhart is a character in a children's story. He is an adventurous little mouse, and there are nine Eckharts placed around the city. You can find more information about Eckhart here: http://www.downtowncharlottetown.com/pd ...
... by the orange and blue colors of cell phone advertisements painted on virtually every home. No gorillas to report here though...
Charlottetown itself is a small laid back town with surprisingly good food. The old downtown core is well restored and most of the people roaming the streets are older tourists many of whom were brought here on cruise ships. There isn't much to ...
... not so sure as there was a notice in reception saying no outside linen was allowed, not even teddy bears. As a result I spent most of my time blending into the surroundings. Which isn't easy when you're yellow, pink and purple let me tell you. Kate and I did a lot of wandering around Charlottetown. It is a lovely city and at this time of year a peaceful one too (see my note above about tourist season). We also ate in some good restaurants and met ...
... the more persuasive British North American Union, now known as the Canadian Confederation. From this, the city adopted as its motto "Cunabula Foederis" "Birthplace of Confederation".
I also found the following on the web about the students to see the show.
Principal’s Message to Parents and Students: I would like to ...