Hidden Acres Cottages

Address: Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Cavendish

Green Gables

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jun 05, 2015

28 photos

... it hasn't much changed in those intervening years on the island - not in the intrinsics. It's so believable. But (as I was in big trouble for saying to Jude) Anne's not real, you know... She was to us and we had a lot of fun imaging Anne in these places and Matthew working in gently rolling hills and Mirella cooking on the Waterloo stove with geraniums in the window and the apple tree full of blossoms in the yard outside What a glorious day with no mistakes in it (it's an Anne ...

Anne of Green Gables

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 09, 2014

20 photos

... chowder. Both were very tasty and chocked full of potatoes and clams and seafood respectively.

After lunch, we went next door and checked out the museum. There was some interesting information that they presented, but it was mostly just boards with words and not much “stuff” to look at.

We then drove to the Wool Sweater Company to check out the handmade clothing. They had some beautiful sweaters.

Prince Edward Island, home of Anne of Green Gables

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Sep 13, 2013

89 photos

... to become the nation that we now know of as Canada. The house is free to visit and includes a 17 minute video of the story of the first meeting which led to the creation of Canada! I was a little tired so must confess I nodded off once or twice for a few seconds! Despite this not so ringing endorsement from me I would recommend a visit if you are in town.

From here we went to Greenwich, a pretty bay and headland with a large beach. In addition to being ...

PEI...a lovely place to rest awhile!

A travel blog entry by paulandginny on Aug 17, 2013

5 photos

... to try a lobster fishing experience . The trip was quite pleasant and educational about lobsters. We learned all about the lobster's life cycle, how they are caught , how to tell male from female, how to cook and eat them, etc. The weather was beautiful, and we were all given an Acadian style cooked and cold lobster to tackle.....hmmm, didn't get it quite right..what a mess! Travelling from Shediac to Prince Edward Island took a couple of hours. ...

Rain rain, go away...

A travel blog entry by craig.d.work on Jul 23, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... a green section, whereas mine did not. Apparently Craig's was a female (which are suppose to be better), and the red part was the roe, and the green part was its entails. All parts were edible, but Craig scrapped those parts off.

The lobster was delicious. We enjoyed both types, but agreed that we would stick to hot lobster in the future. I really enjoy seafood, but I was pleasantly surprised at how much lobster is not fishy tasting! We had fun using our picks ...