BEST WESTERN PLUS Edmundston Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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It's been quite a few years since we have taken a family holiday with Jason and Vanessa. This year is quite special; Jason, Vanessa ,Gabriel and Mika are heading to Bonaventure - Gaspe as they do yearly but this year JC, Larissa and I will also be with them. Little Chester is boarding at the vet. Jay left at 2:00am and will be driving directly …
On Sa**************ed across the North Humberland straight on the NFL ferry from Pictou, NS. This was a 75 minute crossing for us; including car it didn't cost a penny, and there's a bridge to PEI too. Go figure. Now I can complain about our BC ferry service again. We spent the afternoon walking around Charlottetown enjoying the sites before some great Thai food at Leo's (a great Thai name)...:) Weather was great and PEI is beautiful. Way less people and ...
... for making it so far in one day! Given that he was adopted by us with only 650km on his cute odometer...he is growing up so fast before our eyes. We really understand what our parents meant when they said: "with the blink of an eye, you were all grown up. Feels like just yesterday that you were a baby in my arms" A solid full day of driving straight through quebec with French fries everywhere! Give us the good stuff, we want out of this ...
... still have the common sense to have signs in French and English (and restaurant menus etc. etc. ad nauseam) rather than treating either group as second class citizens.
A lot safer and easier to get around in a car, as a result.
But, nothing really interesting in the place ... so no photos, guys.
... as the Green Gables drive. We entered the Green Gables drive around the town of Dalvey and followed the road east along the North coast section of the Prince Edward Island National Park. This section of National Park was similiar to that at Greenwich with the long rolling sand dunes along the rugged coast. We had intended to get out and walk along the beach and/or complete a short hike but with the rain having now escalated to what some may call terrential, not to mention that it ...