BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Charlottetown
The Best Western is always clean! Staff is Friendly! and Breakfast is great!
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Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
... performances, so the board of the little civic theater decided to extend it--through August.
When word got out on the island that it was very good, had been extended, etc., this buzz has filled the theater since!! And, Melvin has a supporting role so he would not be opening the restaurant and he wouldn't be around (and there are no extra tickets!!).
There was a framed newspaper article about it posted on the porch of the inn that I have ...
... packet of chocolate coated potato chips and returned Sam's wine filter. We got back a little before Melody and after Nik went to work, she took me out to the mall so I could look for gifts for mum and dad. I didn't see anything there so we also went to the Confederation mall where I got some nice preserves. Melody got a really nice photograph book of PEI for me to take home to my parents too. That evening Leanna drove us to The Factory which is a country music bar where ...
... Head Provincial Park and 'Singing Sands' beach along with Panmure Island. We were impressed with the ratio of lifeguards to beach goers at many of these beaches (i.e., there were often more lifesavers than beachgoers!)
A highlight for me was the Elmira Railway Museum and Minature Railway. The railway was over 1.5km and snaked through Canadian woodlands. It was lots of fun. Mum and Dad enjoyed the museum and the history of the railroad in this ...
Booked on the Charlottetown itinerary were 3 malls, 3 hop-in boutiques and 4 second hand stores conveniently logged in my GPS accordingly to a circular path returning to the beach house. Even though I had read the GPS owners' manual before setting up this itinerary, we soon learned that a GPS has a mind of their own on the Island, don't quite function as expected and don't always ...
Day 18 PEI
We're sitting around the campfire in PEI with our Edmonton friends John and
Kelty; Rob and Rachel and their families.
We're staying at the PEI National Park, just about a 3
minute walk from the beach. The
jellyfish are here as well, but we've realized that they are safe to
handle. Apparently, a human hand has
tough skin so our hands aren't sensitive to their sting. We arrived at our campsite around ...