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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Anticipating rain, we planned to spend a second night in Cheticamp and make it a leisurely day, taking full advantage of Roger and Linda's car - we head to breakfast, then stop at the Cape Breton Highlands National Park visitor center, And afterwards, take a drive back north up the Cabot Trail, to a whale interpretive center outside of Pleasant Bay. The exhibits were unexpectedly informative! Did you know that there is a species named the Pygmy killer whale ...
... chips????? What is the world coming to?
The next day we took the car and drove to Cavendish. It's claim to fame is that is was the birth place of the author of the series,Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery. We took our time driving there and stopped to take photos of some very cute fishing villages along the way.
We found the Anne of Green Gables site, paid our entrance fee and watched an introductory film and then went ...
... us on a guided tour of 'Anne of Green Gables' countryside on the North Shore of PEI. We had brilliant sunshine and the most amazing weather for our day. Today was a highlight of our trip!!!!
(This entry was made before the problems with my ipad. Hope you enjoy the photos of my favourite day on the cruise!)
This morning, we carpooled to Stanley Bridge to tour the Marine Museum. The museum included a huge collection of stuffed mammals and birds, plus a great presentation on the mussel and clam industry in the area.
After the tour, we had a great caravan hosted lunch at Carr's Oyster Bar and Restaurant. We both had a very good lobster roll served with homemade mayo, followed by their warm rum raisin cake with a very tasty sauce made of butter, brown sugar, cream ...
A road trip over to Cavendish where Anne of Green Gables took place was our destination today. We really aren't into the story of Anne of Green Gables but did see the house where Anne lived. The town of Cavendish is very touristy and there are a lot of things for children to do in the area.
The coastal area is also another Prince Edward Island National Park, Cavendish. It is really ...