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Although we haven't yet been to bed, it is definitely Sept. 19th here in Charlottetown (but still the 18th in PR).
This B & B is even more pleasant than I imagined but it is time to sleep...as soon as I upload those photos & have my SleepyTime tea.
Neither of us had much sleep last night but you'll not find a Scot hanging around in bed if there is a free hot breakfast to be had so we were up and at our table before the 9:00 a.m. cutoff. Enjoyed juice, fresh fruit, Mexican style frittatta with salsa and freshly brewed coffee
After breakfast, I walked up to University Avenue & …
We both slept very well last night and it would have been much easier to stay in bed than to be in the dining room in time for breakfast. But I am very glad that we forced ourselves to do so as Trevor & Judy had prepared some wonderful waffles, topped with fresh berries, whipped cream and superb maple syrup.
While we did consider …
The weather was not great but not too bad either and cleared up during the day when we crossed the bridge over to New Brunswick and stopped at the fossil cliffs of Joggins. The tide was up so we could not look for fossils but the scenery was stunning anyways. From there it was about 2 hours to get back to Halifax.
... The mussels here are a
favourite and the chowder wasn’t bad either. A wander through town confirmed
more of the same. The heritage houses simply amazing, each one nicer than the
Once back on board we sailed out
of the harbour under the new Confederation
Bridge. Was dark by the
time we got there but still an amazing sight. Fifteen kms long and ...