Brackley Beach North Winds
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Clean, spacious rooms in three buildings. Swimming pool, hot tub, exercise room, bike rental, laundry area plus .3 mile walking trail with exercise stops make this a great place to spend some time. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Two miles from the beach. Would return and recommend.
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Today was spent traveling around PEI, which is 140 miles long, 40 miles at the widest part and four miles at the narrowest point. Agriculture is the main order of business along with tourism, dairy and fishing. This year there is approx. 90,000 acres of potatoes (russet mainly), 60,000 acres of soy beans, acres of root vegetables and quite a few …
Thursday/Friday/Saturday - we have toured the Island - well a good portion of it - it seems the
main activity here (other than the beach) is shopping - little malls everywhere and lots of 'factory outlets' - we visit one Paderno - the best shopping was at the Charlottetown Market - small but what a hub of delicious variety and not six booths selling the same thing!! Interesting soaps, handmade jewellery, baking, coffee beans - etc etc - I do buy some blueberry products and ...
Rode down and around the tip of Cape D'Or along the Bay of Fundy and over the Confederation Bridge to PEI. COOL! Rained on and off all day. Not cool. :) Went out for a funsupper with my Skills friend Sue. Looks like rain for tomorrow so we'll just be tourists in Charlottetown. Not a bad place to ...
... looking rash, that was as hot as if I'd been sun burnt. I had bouts of feeling strange and a bit dizzy, and had to sleep with a wet towel on my legs in the hope of calming it down. I can take a hint, if I kept eating lobster, I either risked ending up looking like one, or to be serious about it, having a reaction that would ruin my tour. It took days for it to calm down, and I still had a faint red patch by the end of the tour 9 days later. All the lobster highlight ...
... have never been to before....I am anxious about how the customs and immigration process will work when we get to Bangkok....it is the tightest connection and the gates are on opposite sides of the concourse. We have a Visa that is good for 60 days and we will be using every bit of it....hopefully the customs agent will stamp the exit date for April 4th when we want to leave....any earlier and I will have to change our flights out and pay ...