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... she had written in her book, we walked through and saw Annes room complete with the Brown dress Matthew had bought her for Christmas..(Now thats as far as I have got in the book) lol
We wandered around and then decided to find Avonlea and have a late lunch...Avonlea is a recreated village and cost $20 to get in so we gave it a miss and continued through Cavendish to find food. We eventually found a Bakery next door to a Chinese place, so in we went.. Well it was a tip ! ...
... Eventually we made our way into Canada where Mom was stopped by an armed Birder Patrolman for trying to turn around in no man's land which is not allowed. After that incident we stayed at this cute little motel and a woman that reminded mom of Bob Newhart. Soon afterwards we stumbled onto the expensive island of Prince Edward. We stopped for lunch at the Victoria Inn in the small town of Victoria. We had pizza cooked in a wood fired stone oven. We ...
... to make an appearance. I use my sense of direction to meander through the back neighborhoods and streets of the city until I see a main drag that has a #1 sign on it which is what I need.
Riding towards the bridge, I spot a cruise ship parked in the harbor. Too cool...who would have expected a cruise ship up here? Not me! I swing down, park and grab a quick picture, then keep going for the Wood Islands ferry. I can't miss it!
... Ottawa airport for only half an hour but in that time I phoned my dad, and went on facebook. Then we got on another plane to Halifax,
That plane ride was one and a half hours. We had a 2 hour layover there so we went to a restaurant for lunch. I got a burger and mom got a salad. From there mom and I caught out flight to Charlottetown.
It was the smallest plane I had ever flown in!! Probably because it was only a 20 ...
... More than 100 years ago, a small group of elected officials gathered in Charlottetown to discuss the possibility of uniting three Maritime jurisdictions, but ended up discussing the concept of establishing a larger union and create a country. This historic event of 1864 led to the founding of Canada. Shamefully, we didn’t do the museums/ historical/ artistic/ cultural trek we planned on – there were too many beautiful distractions. Instead, ...