Brackley Beach North Winds
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... how the lighthouse would have looked when it was in use. There is a bedroom on the second floor with an old wood stove that the lighthouse keeper would have had to sleep in when there was bad weather in order to maintain the light. The bedroom was moved from the first floor to the second because the stove wasn't keeping the lighthouse warm enough and the doors to the higher floors were freezing shut in the winter. That could be disasterous ...
... de bouffe comme nous, c'etait le paradis et on profitait de chaque minute, je pense qu'a la fin la serveuse en avait ras-le-bol de nous apporter des choses :-))) Et on a terminé ce repas magnifique avec 4 différentes sortes de tarte avec de la glace ;-)))
Et enfin on s'est laisse rouler jusqu'à la voiture, et on est rentrees a la maison au soleil couchant avec de grands sourires scotches sur nos tetes... :-)
Une journée vraiment à marquer dans les annales! ...
We woke up late and lingered, Cheryl Lee couldn't jump start her iphone, felt cut off from everyone down home. Cavendish trail on the map today, we detoured to Charlottetown's Telus first, to fix Cheryl Lee's life support system (her cell phone!) so she could regain a normal breathing pattern. iphone fixed in a matter of minutes, we navigated towards Brackley Road Dunes Studio. GPS ****** me off once again, so I ...
Today we went to Charlottetown for the day. We walked along the waterfront and through the downtown area. It is a quaint government town where they really take labour day to heart (everything was closed). We still enjoyed ourselves.
Back in Cavendish, we stopped for a Cows icecream and then headed back to our amazing campsite to watch the sunset from our practically private beach. ...
... eight ounces of edible lobster. We paid $35 each for our meal and with one drink and the tip the supper came to $100. I think we’ll buy a lobster pot for about $25.00, purchase lobsters from the fishermen for $5.00/lb and when we’re finished having a good feed we’ll give the pot away. It would be a lot cheaper! I don’t mind paying the price but it is atrocious that there is such a markup compared to what the poor fisherman gets for a day’s ...