Whidden Park Ltd.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Left PEI this morning with very heavy hearts, I think I could live here if it wasn't for the snow. I know that it has left us with wonderful memories.
Crossed the Confederation Bridge and it only cost us 45.50 to escape, much less than the ferry but we did have to drive so that cost us. I think it was a saw off. We did get into Amherst NS …
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Weather: luck came back with blue sky and a few clouds with temperatures between 14 and 21 degrees.
Mike and I arrived in North Sydney at 9:00 a.m. on the ferry from Newfoundland. We rode ...
... truck and 4 little cars that all looked alike except each a different color - yellow, white, red and black. The black one was convertable and they all had suitcases attached to their trunks. Obviously travelling together. They all tooted and waved to thank us for pulling over. - Wish I was able to get a picture - it was so cute. They may have been BMW's.
Then we went by Lochaber Lake which was extremely long - went from Antigonish ...
... more focused on tourism and fishing. We picked Kings County because the drive seemed pretty and there was a convenient little ferry in the southern part of PEI that would take us down into Nova Scotia. We drove to the town of Montague and took a fantastic stroll along the water, watching the birds dive and pull out unsuspecting fish and enjoying the cool fresh air. Then we drove to Buffaloland Park where PEI houses 24 buffalo. They ...
First stop after the ferry, is Mother Webbs in Antigonish. What can I say about this place... it's manic. Rammed with people, and servers running about like nutters. It's essentially a steakhouse, located halfway between Halifax and Sydney on the Trans Canada Highway, and it's obviously popular. I don't fancy red meat or burgers today, so I plump for the chicken. It's still ...