The Miller's House Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Leaving tomorrow for our flight to Budapest on September 6, 2015. A very tragic and volatile situation going on right now in Europe. Some of the headlines - "Migrant Crisis - chaos as trains stopped in Hungary", " We escaped from war and came to the big prison", and even more disturbing, "ISIS role in the migrant crisis". Maybe not a great time to be travelling to Europe, but we will be on our way soon. I can only pray that these families find somewhere safe to ...
... a visit to the area's oldest winery is a must. Waupoos Winery is set deep in the woods. This producer provides a variety of services; restaurant bar and grill, wedding reception facilities, a farm style fruits and veggie market, candy and chocolates en vrac. You name it they have it plus wine tastings all set in the oldest regional vineyard. The dark clouds settled over Picton and the rain started, it was time to ...
After breakfast we set out to the beach. Lots of parking and at a great price the day was planned. The first time ever for me in a lake and yes I did it in style - Lake Ontario baby ! We had supper back at Suites Mary followed by a bit of tv and a good night's sleep; all the fresh air ...
Larissa's second week of summer holidays was set to start 3 days ago but was delayed - Jason and family were returning from their three week road tour. We hadn't seen them since we split ways in Gaspe; they headed south to Tarpon Springs (Tampa) to see Vanessa's parents and we returned home after the cold rainy week. Delaying our departure was a pleasure, we were going to have "baby" time. They arrived for lunch on Friday and they brought some of the ...
... br> After an uneventful drive, we arrived at Sandbacks around 12:30. I only had to threaten to confiscate the boys' candy once. (I gave them each a small stache of candy and advised them it was their choice how to manage it - but once it was gone, it was gone.) My observation about Prince Edward County is that people drive very sloooow and it is not as gentrified as I thought (mind you, I avoided the twee towns as my goal was not to antique shop or eat ...