Fairholm National Historic Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... kept bringing us little samples off his menu. The following evening we spent with Jane drinking prosecco and talking politics. Not so sure that the politics bit was so much fun but the prosecco certainly was. After leaving Janes lovely B&B we made our way to Prince Edward Island. For the next couple of days I immersed myself in Ann of Green Gables world which I have to say was a very nice world to be in. I visited the authors home and one of the houses that appeared in ...
... PEI is devided into 3 parts We have only done the centre part, I think you would need another week to do the other two sides. We have seen so many lighthouses we are now on the lookout for something else..Not sure what but I am sure Kaff will find something.
Tomorrow we head off to the rest of Nova Scotia, we were debating whether to take the ferry or go back over the bridge, I think the bridge will be the go as taking ferries involves a lot of waiting around. We have ...
... house that was already occupying the spot to a slightly less desirable one over the road), the Art Gallery (I did actually look around the whole thing, I didn't just tear wildly through it looking for L M Montgomery items), and up and down the waterfront on the boardwalk several times. I also had some tasty meals at various restaurants including my first meal on the Island at a place called Hunter's where the portion was so big it could more easily have eaten me than ...
In Charlottetown we were suitably dismissive of Province House, giving it a cursory glance and walking around the outside. Province House, it turns out was where the Confederation was signed, the birthplace of the nation if you like - we did take a couple of photos.
We even went inside St Dunstan's Basillica - Kathy Haines fist time- and oohed and ahhed whilstwarming up. A walk around the ...
... a 'spinach flan' (spinach processed into a flan shape) that wasn't edible. Very disappointing - we should have had the lobster which Helen had and enjoyed very much.
Of course, the dessert was good - chocolate brownie and ice cream - Princess does have very good desserts.
Tomorrow is our only at sea day so a chance to sleep in and lounge around the ship (more than usual, anyways) before arriving at our final port - Quebec City - on Saturday.