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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... but plenty of old houses. Out in front of a really nice old house was the biggest tree on P.E.I. There was also a lighthouse that we could walk up half way and look out the windows. Most of the lighthouses you can’t enter because they are still working.
Back on the road again and we headed for the capital of the Province- Charlottetown. This town is full of beautiful old wooden houses. They are really impressive. We drove past a ...
... evening for all.
Charlottetown is celebrating it's 150th year since the first meeting of confederation all summer so after the tour Michelle and I went to an open air concert with Serena Ryder headlining (stomp is her hit song I knew). It was a free concert and we were able to walk in, get a beer and go to the bathroom all with no lines...nice compared to big cities where every event have line ups for everything.
Great day ...
... br> We followed the coastal route then onto the 26 with the low sun shining into our eyes. I have been told that PEI is all farmland and beaches and so far I would concur. It actually reminded me of Wisconsin, except for the beach part.
We crossed the bridge over the Hillsborough River and into Charlottetown. I asked the gas station attendant for a good place to eat. He pointed past my ear and to the 'Old Triangle Irish Ale ...
... but mind your hat- Matt made a quick rescue mission for mine as it almost landed in one of the garden ponds. We did a fly by “quick look” as my parents used to call it of Cavendish (translation- the wax museum and mini amusement parks just weren’t quite what we were looking for that day). Bart’s Fries- a small stand along the number 6 however were undeniably worth stopping for- I mean what’s a stop to Cavendish without eating potatoes!? ...
... back asleep (thank you ear plugs), but Craig wasn't so lucky. Apparently he stayed awake for most of the early morning, reading his book by headlamp. Unfortunately I could still hear a bit of the rain through my ear plugs, so when I woke up again (a respectful 6:00 AM), I had to...well...you know what feeling the sound of running water can cause. And as previous blogging has explained to everyone, I have a larger bladder than Craig, so you can imagine how uncomfortable ...