Fairholm National Historic Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... lots of other tourists there and it was not easy to take a picture without tons of other people being in the photo! We wandered along the mudflats to see other coves and more rock formations. At high tide you can hire kayaks and paddle around the formations. When we had finished walking along the floor we washed the mud off our shoes and after a quick snack headed off for the 4 hour drive to Halifax.
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... and had an army of friendly, efficient staff. We would normally pass this kind of a place by, but we were promised that it was the best in the area, and there was no way we were cooking in the rain. Living up to its island reputation, we had fresh, delicious AND UNLIMITED mussels, salad, fresh buns, seafood chowder, and dessert with a 1 lb lobster each. Hmmmm, pass the tums ...
... and wow - a sandy beach either way as long as the eye could see 'sans people'.
Swimming time though one had to be cautious of the jelly fish which were all over the place.
Caleb learned to do Dune running and jumping - all completed with minimal injury.
After lunch we continued around the East side of PEI and got to Basin Head beach. More jelly fish but warmer waters and got to jump off a bridge into the water - right in front of ...
Everyone was up early today to watch the hockey game. We installed ourselves in the lobby resto/ bar for a wonderful breakfast and cheering fans. We won the Gold ! An extra plus for me was it was won without Subban. They called him the team cheerleader :) hope he remembers now how to be humble. Ok, enough hockey talk. We are ...
... we started our scenic drive but cutting across the island from Charlottetown to the East Coast seaside town of Georgetown. Georgetown sits on the mouth of Brudenell River at Cardigan Bay and was established as a settlement in Kings County, or Royalty as it use to be known back then, in 1768. The settlement's street pattern was only surveyed at this time and building did not commence until around the 1830s. By the 1870s Georgetown was linked to the capital Charlottetown and the town ...