Fairholm National Historic Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a moving experience, literally, as the wind was trying to blow us off the road. Rolling hills and long rows of freshly tilled rich red earth, perfect for potatoes, lined the highway as we drove toward Charlottetown. Finding a nice little restaurant in scenic York street we enjoyed a seafood stew and a lobster roll. I was lucky enough to find a newly opened hair salon and ...
... and a sign that read 'No Jumping off Bridge'.
Then off to the Fortune Bay Inn for comedy night or should I say dinner...
I will say the grounds and the views were fantastic.
6:30pm reservation for five that was re-confirmed by us a day earlier at the restaurants request.
We were shown to the tea room to wait as they had to re-print their menu's with what was still left - a tad odd but fine.
We were advised ...
... The young mussels are collected and sorted into net bags by size. Then they are attached to buoys by strings and put back in the water until maturity which is about 11/2 years. They are collected year round and if the buoys cannot be located, divers go down to find the netting holding the mussels.
We stopped at Dalvay by the Sea, which was the location of a reception for Prince William and Princess Kate following their wedding. The lake was used by ...
... even tables to sit at, so we did our catching up and then returned to the ship to have an early lunch before going ashore again to join our excursion (Panoramic Island Drive) at 12.30 for 3+ hours.
Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island, which is the smallest and greenest province of Canada. The Island has a population of 145,800 with 58,000 of them living ...
... of a dramatic play of the Confederation "conversation," including a guest appearance from Sir John A. MacDonald.
We also wandered along a couple of streets in search of a lobster ornament for our Christmas tree. We've made it a bit of a "tradition" to try and collect an ornament or two that represent our travels. So far we've done quite well (puffins from Newfoundland and a lighthouse for Peggy's Cove), but we still wanted to find a lobster in PEI, as it was ...