Dovern Bed & Breakfast

206 Sydney Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 1G8, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Charlottetown

Seeing Red

A travel blog entry by peteindira


In hindsight choosing Charlottetown as the place to wait out the weather for four days turned out to be a great decision. A town with no specific things to do but eat good food and enjoy a hundred and fifty year old mansion turned into a Bed & Breakfast is not a bad place to lay low. Located on a street full of such old homes and mansions only about a 5 minute walk from downtown ...

Day 25 - cruising the Gulf of Saint Lawrence

A travel blog entry by fis


... at birth. It was formal night again tonight, this time I decided that I would put my black dress on and go to dinner. So I showered and go all prettied up. At dinner I had salmon and salad. It was good. I started with fruit and salad and had tiramisu for desert. I really wanted to go to the gym today, but was still feeling a little congested. Feeling better tonight. So I'm planning in going after we sail tomorrow ...

Lost an hour in PEI!!!

A travel blog entry by rorox


... A week of being one hour out. Insanity. When looking back we realised that we hadnt previously had this emphasised as we hadnt had a scheduled flight, train, bus or as this turns out a ferry. We laughed hysterically for about 10 minutes and said oh well. Least we survived, the real bummer was having to wait an hour and a half for the next ferry. Haha....still makes us laugh and shake our heads now. It all came down to the fact that at no point do they tell you to change ...

Beautiful green countryside

A travel blog entry by dorothystokes


... The Island is 140 mile long and between 4 and 40 mile wide. Agriculture (potatoes, grains, beef and dairy), fishing (oysters –wild and 2m lbs harvested per year – mussels -75% of Canada's supply and also lobster fishing) and tourism in that order are its main industries.
Elizabeth a retired teacher was our guide and did a fabulous job – showed us ...

We end our trip where it all began...

A travel blog entry by


... to collect all of our things, as we had quite a bit of re-packing to do. As we were pulling everything out of the car, we couldn't believe how much stuff we had, and how we were able to bring it all here in the first place. We spent the next couple of hours in our room sorting and packing, and we managed to do it all!

We toasted our final night in the Atlantic provinces with some Nova Scotia wine, and enjoyed a sleep in a dry room, with a solid roof over our heads.



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