Fairholm National Historic Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... When we arrive on PEI the rain has slowed to a drizzle and sometimes stops. We decide to use the "nice" weather to ride the east coast. The road is pastoral with large ranch or farm homes that face the water. We ride about 175 miles today getting to Charlotttown and the Fitzroy Inn. This is a very fine B&B built in the 1830 and we enjoy the rooms and breakfast. We walked down to the downtown area and have dinner in Fish Bones having PEI oysters and a ...
... New Brunswick to Prince Edwards Island on the Confederation Bridge, which is 12.9 km long. My first impression of PEI was the red shores! So neat to see! We passed hilly potato farms, row after row in red soil. I plan on digging my fingers in this soil before leaving the island! So the people we were meeting are the owners of a condo overlooking the Charlottetown Harbour. This is the 3rd time we have rented ...
... and go to Cavendish and the house that Anne used for her Green Gables stories. The end result was that we had the experience of seeing a beautiful island and learning a part of its history. And we were able to actually see the Green Gable house, farm and countryside so beautifully described in Anne's voice by Maude Montgomery, (she preferred Maude to Lucy). I was not one who saw the movie or television ...
... crafts. We finally made it to the ocean and beachcombed for a while and walked in the water. We had a light, late lunch at West Point. Debbie was looking for a lobster roll and she finally got one, and it was worth the wait. While Kerry was Bar-B-Qing the hamburgers, Jim was playing with his Lodge pots again-this time it was pineapple upside down cake! Another great feast cooked up by the men. Deb and I can get used to this ...
... 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 ...