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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... of our European adventure. Spotlessly clean and very well equipped with lots of room. The next two weeks were filled with day trips around the countryside taking in the beautiful views and exploring the coastal areas with their shear cliffs, secluded beaches, small ports and seaside holiday towns. We were almost overwhelmed by the natural beauty of the Antrim coast. A couple of day trips to Londonderry/Derry and Belfast gave us a taste of city ...
... slept in his full clothes from that day then never changed the next morning. He also wore a huge bumbag everywhere and for a small man snored like a champion. There was also another older guy below Rox on her bunk who lied in bed on his laptop for 3 hours then proceeded to inform Rox he hated snorers. Funny thing was this bloke snored like a bloody train. What an interesting evening and thank god for ear plugs which we had jammed half way into our ear canal. Ahhhh the joys of hostel ...
... back asleep (thank you ear plugs), but Craig wasn't so lucky. Apparently he stayed awake for most of the early morning, reading his book by headlamp. Unfortunately I could still hear a bit of the rain through my ear plugs, so when I woke up again (a respectful 6:00 AM), I had to...well...you know what feeling the sound of running water can cause. And as previous blogging has explained to everyone, I have a larger bladder than Craig, so you can imagine how uncomfortable ...
... we were joined by Helen and their niece Breigh, who had been shopping in Moncton for 'back-to-school’ clothes, and on hearing how much it all cost I realised how clever the idea of a school uniform is; trousers, skirt, a couple of white shirts, a jumper, and one tie. Sorted.
Our final destination was The Old Triangle, where we had a few more Keith’s and I got confused by the Ireland flag and its appearance on an island that ...
... into coming our way sometime soon!
The weather upon arrival home has been a little cool and wet but a few warm days have popped up to let us know summer is coming. It has been great to see everyone at home and slowly get back into a routine. Cathy has started back to work at the Claddagh Oyster House which was a busy all week. Hopefully it is the start of a busy summer there.