Cavendish Country Inn

Address: Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Cavendish, is near North Rustico Lighthouse, Outside Expeditions, Malpeque Bay, and Ram Island.
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        Rivière du Loup to Prince Edward Island

        A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Sep 29, 2015

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        Lots of driving through forests. The leaves are starting to turn (rather late due to unusual warmth) Saw very ornate church called St Louis du Ha!Ha! I can only assume Ha Ha means something different in French? Actually just googled and it has a sensible explanation. Drove through New Brunswick - still French names but English spoken - not like Quebec where they don't have to learn English. Driving down through NB we could see the States over to our right. ...

        Anne's Land

        A travel blog entry by sunnydaze on Jul 12, 2015

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        ... different shades of green Crayola crayons to colour a representative picture of the farmlands and wooded areas? It was a picture perfect day, the sky a bright, clear blue.

        We arrived at Cavendish campground at Prince Edward Island National Park in the late afternoon. The park is nicely treed with pine and the campsites were a decent size with fair privacy. The campground was packed because it was the last night of the Cavendish ...

        Saturday and Sunday

        A travel blog entry by ljjohnson on Jun 28, 2015

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        ... which had the whole audience clapping and stomping and singing along. But for me the best part of the evening were two songs that showed Richard Wood's genius. The moods he was able to coax out of his fiddle were amazing. One was a song written for his fiancÚ which was sweet and tender and another was one written by a Scots Highlander about leaving Scotland which was sad and haunting.

        At intermission the women from the Women's ...

        Go East - D4

        A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 03, 2014

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        ... for a travel magazine stopped by and conversation ensued. The topic of fishermen being the most independent worker came up. I would tend to agree. Work ***********'t get paid. Start and stop when you need. Adapt and overcome when on your own on the boat. Stick it to the man with regards to official records. Honest rewards for honest efforts. Motorcycle riding is the same way. Bikes don't ride themselves. You've either got the gps tracks, photos and ...

        The good and the bad of Charlottetown in April

        A travel blog entry by arthuroslo on May 07, 2014

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        ... in the Anne of Green Gables Store next door where they sell straw hats with red plaits attached (sadly not in any size suitable for me). So our trip to Prince Edward Island was not terribly successful in that the only Anne related thing we did was buy a bottle of sugar (so Kate tells me). However, we liked the hostel. Kate especially liked the hostel as she spent a fair amount of time being shown films she had never seen before by the friendly hostel staff. ...