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... noted how expensive lobster was not,checked out another church found out wifi was working in the customs area just before time to board the ship and posted yesterday's blog. History lesson for the day Province House pictured behind the horse and cart was the site of the 1864 conference where the Fathers of Confederation first met to make the dream of a greater Canada a ...
... br> Charlottetown is a stop for the cruise ships that ply the sea coast which I was very much surprised about. They are big business for the city and their tourist industry.
Tomorrow I am going over the Confederation bridge for the first time and am very excited about that. I will be going up the coast of New Brunswick, over to the States and once more though the States except this time though the middle instead of the coast.
... Dad learned everything that there was to know about PEI pototoes at the Canadian Potato Museum. Mum and I liked the Chocolate Potato Fudge best! We were also in town for the Potato Blossom Festival, however, we missed the crowning of Miss Potato Blossom!
Lobsters and mussells are also plentiful here of the island, which I think I have mentioned a couple of times. Hence, Mum and Dad have made them part of our daily diet. Lobsters were once ...
... br> No big deal I thought, we still have 1 lap top functioning.
We both decided to charge up our camera batteries for the next day excursion, when Cheryl Lee's charger decided to kick the bucket as well.
The hair spiked on our head, electronics strike one was an unreliable GPS system, strike two were 6 sets of empty camera batteries, strike three was a deceased lap top charger and strike four was now another deceased rechargeable battery ...
... up to Ann of Green Gables, or where the auther wrote her books and lived.
We went through a few National Parks, saw a few nice beaches then came back to Charlottetown.
We did pass through a few Quaint little towns. It is a small Island.
The ice creams were yum, that was our lunch.