Gallant'S Tourist Home

Address: 196 Kensington Road, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 7S3 , Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 196 Kensington Road, Charlottetown, is near Green Gables, Founders' Hall, The Links at Crowbush Cove, and Brackley Drive In.
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Travel Blogs from Charlottetown

Just Imagine visiting Green Gables

A travel blog entry by tredders on Aug 12, 2014

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... br> Our next stop was North Rustico Harbour and we watched some canoers take off for a paddle around the Bay . The colours reminded me of Broome as the coastline was that rich red earth colour, just beautiful. We had wasted so much time dawdling we decided to head straight to Cavendish. First stop was L.M. Montgomarys place. Of course there is nothing but the basement rocks left of this house the Author grew up in with her Grandparents, but the family still live out there on ...

On a quest for Anne

A travel blog entry by kate99 on May 02, 2014

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... May. So although it meant Charlottetown was nice and quiet for me, it also meant there was nothing Anne of Green Gables related to be done. Nothing. I gave it my best effort all the same. Green Gables doesn't open until May and the tour company I contacted doesn't start tours until June anyway. Fine. Then I heard talk of a musical. Now I'm not usually one for musicals (unless of course it's The King and I) but the thought of an Anne of Green Gables musical excited me ...

Tourists hit Charlottetown

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 25, 2014

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Years of repeat views of Anne of Green Gables had got me (Susie) really rather excited to finally see Charlottetown, Avonlea and of course dear Green Gables. Naturally I was disappointed to remember that Green Gables and Avonlea and even Anne are fictional. Thankfully Charlotteown and PEI are not.

Like the rest of Canada we have seen, it will be a completely different place in summer, but the Island is still ...

Lighthouse obsession

A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 25, 2013

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... headed out for the day. Now the east coast scenic drive literally followed every inch of the coastline east of Charlottetown but according to the lady at the tourism office this drive should only take a total of 6 hours. We decided that we didnt need to explore the lower half of the eastern drive as we had already visited Point Prim lighthouse and Wood Island Provincial Park the previous day, and there were no other specific points of interest in this area that we had been made aware ...

The Confederation trail

A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 10, 2013

2 comments, 24 photos

... Prince Edward Island's greatest asset (as I see it) is her raw beauty. Fields of wildflowers, forests of pine and birch, neat rows of crops that stretch in bright green lines to the sea. And then there is the sea itself. We spent a lot of time driving the coastal roads and it seems that at every turn you get a glimpse of the sparking blue waters. I have to say, that my favorite part are the red dirt roads that wind through the country side. I could spend hours ...

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