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Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
... When I got down to the beach it looked like Bondi Beach there were so many people. I thought it was really funny as I thought it was an isolated spot and the few cars were looking for the lighthouse. We drove out of the place and then saw the top of the lighthouse but we couldn’t find the road to it, as they all ended up at the sea. I was over lighthouses by this time and said let’s just head home.
We drove the quick way home ...
... We headed straight for Cavendish beach. Upon arrival we had to pay 14$ to get in...come on, Canada ! Seriously ? It was very nice and relaxing to swim in the salty waters of the st Lawrence. A great way to give Guido the chance to check out the other Gina's! Next stop: our sleeping spot: a hostel in downtown Charlottetown. This proved to be a very interesting experience from the beginning. Krissy was not impressed sharing another room with ...
... there. So I follow my map around town, taking in the site and the feel of this quaint little city. After my city tour I went back to the water and enjoyed my lunch (breakfast leftovers) in the sun. After lunch I walked the boardwalk before returning to the pier, where I browsed the market stalls before lining up for my bus tour. The bus tour I chose for today was the island drive and Anne of Green Gables. It was a 3 hour tour. We started with a ...
... At about 6.30pm we arrived in town with the sun slowly setting as we made our way to the HI Charlottetown hostel. This hostel was in an old converted house that was small but clean, cosy and friendly. Out the front the owner had painted an old truck with his hostel emblem on it. We dumped our bags into a full 6 bed dorm that as was proven later was filled with very interesting characters. We grabbed a map after changing and headed out to explore the town and ...
... were moved by it, the actors, singing and set design were all incredible. Especially the two leads, the guy who played Gabriel has worked in theatre on Broadway, The West End in London and numerous other theatre districts of note. It showed. What a powerful voice! The girl who played the title role was so beautiful, she was a bit angel-like. The story of what had happened to the Acadians came across so powerfully, making their plight even more poignant. I was so angry with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed