Dovern Bed & Breakfast

Address: 206 Sydney Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 1G8, Canada | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by harryandnorah on Sep 28, 2007

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OK - so this is payback day !!!!!!!

We usually put the TV on in a morning to check on the weather and to update on the news. The majority of channels concentrate on local then national news with brief mentions of anything international. Is Gordon Brown still prime minister ???

"Today there will be rainstorms with over 30 mm of …

The East Coast of PEI

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Jul 23, 2014

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Decided to spend our last day on PEI visiting the east coast. It wasn't to long of a drive and the scenery wasn't anything like yesterday in Cavendish National Park. The scenic drive was more like driving thru the Ocala Forest with just a few flashes of the coast. But we did see several nice small towns, Montague, the third largest city in PEI and Souris where they have some nice little retail stores. The coastal cities really depend on tourists and many close up in ...

Prince Eddie Island. Day 879.

A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 05, 2013

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... the ferry and got the bikes strapped down with the ****** ancient wet straps. Then up to the cafeteria to eat our usual stolen lunch.

We studied the PEI map and tried to device some sort of plan. It ended up in being a gratis room in Charlottetown after a ride along the coast this evening.

The hour long crossing was as smooth as a cashmere cod piece. We got lucky as yesterday it got canceled due to high winds. ...

Lighthouse obsession

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 25, 2013

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... he felt the danger was too much and he hopped away effortlessly into the dense bushes. This was our cue to keep moving and explore the dunes. We commenced the 2.5km return hike by entering the forest via a smooth gravel path. The lush open forest was buzzing with life as you could hear the scurrying or screeching of squirrels or the songs of many different varieties of birds. We studied the interpretive displays trying hard to equip ourselves with the necessary skills to identify ...

Day 29 Cruise - Charlottetown

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Aug 13, 2013

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... a popular holiday destination.
Anne of Green Gables.Green Gables house is a neat wood frame farmhouse with green shutters and roof. The writer Lucy Maud Montgomery spent many happy hours here as a child and used the house as a setting for her novel. The special places she discovered and named such as the Haunted Wood and Lover’s Lane still exist at Green Gables. The other end of the Trans-Canada highway is the Confederation Bridge. This marvel ...