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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 ! ...
... we had our lobster supper! We finally found a cute little fisherman lobster sitting on a lobster trap, so we've added him to our collection.
We decided to head back to our car to see if we could check in to our hotel. We chose to stay at the Quality Inn, because it was literally steps from where we rented our car. It was also right downtown, so we could walk to dinner later in the evening. We were able to check in a bit early, and we both enjoyed a shower (it ...
... was it my first such experience, but I was also the first one to sleep in my room, since the backpackers had only been open one week! Mum and Dad have assured me it is the first of many backpackers that I will be staying in!
Mum and Dad thought I should also experience how the other half live, or more correctly holiday, so after leaving the backpackers we went to PEI's Grand Oceanfront Resort: Dalvay by the Sea. None other than Prince William ...
If you haven't felt their welcoming touch through email booking, you’ll capture all of it when Jim greet you in the driveway upon arrival and usher you into his home to meet Ursula, his wife. He’ll show you around the property, give you a quick history and touristic information, show all amenities and help you settle down; I give them 5 stars for first impression on their warmth & kindness.
Once inside, we soon notice ...
... the making of Canada! It was cool! Very goose-bumpy for us.
After Province House we wandered around and found the local COWs creamery cheese at the Anne of Green Gables Chocolate store. So we picked up some local cheddar and, of course, some chocolates. Mmmmmm.
We made our way down to the Info Centre to have our lunch and to wander through Founders Hall which has an amazing museum! This museum was really well done and ...