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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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... long as it was extremely windy and chilly. There was a cafeteria and lounge on board but I needed fresh air so braved the wind and sat outside. The crossing took about 1 1/2 hours and we disembarked at Wood islands on PEI. From there we drove straight to Charlottetown which is the capital of PEI. We booked into our hotel which although was in good position and was pretty outside was in need of a total renovation! The rooms were very old and ...
... forth to Whistler .Charlottetown is holding celebrations for 150 years since Federation. Federation started here. There is a screening tonight of “Anne Of Green Gables” in the park but we are too tired. No- one else will go as there isn’t any parking in the city for tourists. Outside the tourist information center in town they had a big 2014 sign in big red block letters. We also passed another sign in the center of town which ...
... 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 ...
... Helpfully Claude was on hand to reiterate all the key points. These were gratefully accepted and paid dividends when she managed to go side to side and down and even managed to move on to a green run at times.
A break part way through was of course required to warm the cockles with tea and coffee and we were pretty shocked to see the choice of television in the lodge, only Coronation Street! Luckily the company was good so we ...
... we taken too big a risk by buying the theatre tickets, and premium ones at that, when we had to go out that night? The tour had always been on time up to that point, so we'd calculated this night it wouldn't be any different right? Wrong. We were beginning to wish we'd stayed in town, even if it would have meant missing our current experience. We only left just before 7pm, and as brilliant a driver as Frank was, I had an awful sinking feeling that we would not be making it ...