Causeway Bay Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... Highland Dancer, told us that Scottish Warriors were the original Highland Dancers. She described the various Highland competition dances. Contestants are judged on proper placement of arms, knees and feet; When Mariellle described the sword dance where the dancer jumps on toe among swords on the floor, our eyes got big. Someone asked, "and you just wear those soft shoes?"
When Marielle discussed the age groups ...
... there on the side of the road were about 8 large potatoes that had bounced out of one of the trucks we had seen hauling potatoes from farm to factory. Sheree, being a thrifty sort and not to proud, hopped out of the van and gathered up the free spuds! Thanks Islanders - road kill potatoes.
We were planning on going to the most famous lobster supper at St. Anne's Church but it closed for the season on September 24. They were the original congregation who ...
... see small villages but actually it's a name of area usually with a church or two! All the churches have steeples so they can be seen for miles around & the accompanying grave yard. It's like time stood still here in this green & pleasant land!!
The museums were all interesting like at the Potato museum - we read all about its origins from South America, how it's grown & harvested & how science plays a hand in what we ...
... a day in 75 groups of four. We did the mental math and it sounds like a pretty lucrative business. It's a short season though - I think only two months and it's over at the end of June.
We went further down the road and saw a sign for the PEI Dirt Shirt Company. They offered "free factory tours". What it amounted to was a guy with a pile of red dirt, a shovel, a hose, a cement mixer, ...
... We had ate at a popular bar-restaurant, ending the day with ice cream from Cows. Then we strolled through the quiet streets, bumping into two robots, before getting back to the car and driving home.
Back in Halifax, I wanted to catch a glimpse of the nightlife. There is about one or two small blocks of bars and clubs. Very small compared to what I'm used to in Montreal. At Pizza Corner, ...