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... breakfast and our bag is packed with our lunch.
Today we are touring part of the east coast of the island stopped at the Owners house at the front to make the places to see (I didn't have a pen the last time I saw him and my memory is one ear out the other). We start out on Route 6 same as yesterday but Jill took us in a round about way to Route 2E with the same views of travelling passed maple, spruce forest, ...
... we can before I start booking in Nova Scotia.
Today we thought we would go and explore the Capitol of PEI Charlottetown and sample the famous seafood seeing the island is developing a global reputation as a premier destination for food lovers. Took Route 6 the scenic drive through the rolling hills of farmland, grazing cattle and diary cows crossed over two bridges with gorgeous views of North Rustico Bay at Cymbria. ...
... of the chalet we left the keys on the table and headed off to PEI an hour late. It will take around four or so hours to drive to PEI by the quickest route we were going to go the “Acadian Scenic Route” round the coast but that will take too long plus we have seen enough of the water views. Our journey started on Hwy11S through the autumn maples and black spruce trees turned at Hwy8S to Miramichi. Only two turn offs on ...
... it was playing).
Within an hour or so, they served the main meal, a choice between Beef Stroganoff and Chicken with Cous Cous (I had the Chicken). It was accompanied by a small salad with a Vinaigrette dressing, chocolate pudding and a Bun, and I decided to treat myself to a small bottle of white wine and of course Coffee. Overall, for airline food it was reasonably good.
As with past trips, I found the last two hours or so of the nine ...
... part consisted of city biking, which I am not confident in doing – I barely ever ride bikes that aren’t stationary! For lunch, some of us went to La Banquise for Montreal’s most famous poutine. I had one with capsicum, mushroom and onion, as well as the usually cheese curds and gravy. Montreal has an underground tunnel/shopping area, which means that during winter you may not ever have to go outside, as these areas are connected to the metro.
The next day we ...
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