Comfort Inn Magnetic Hill
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October 2, 2014
Last night we found that the Walmart we had chosen happened to be a popular hang out for the local high schoolers. They spent the night shouting, revving their cars and generally being annoying. Thankfully, we each had taken a Tylenol PM and fell asleep. This morning.....no trace of them and both of us well rested.
After breakfast of eggs, "road kill home fries", bacon, bagels and juice we headed back the way we ...
... years ago. It was called Blockhouse Point Lighthouse I think.
Leaving there we travelled back along the Coast stopping along the way in nice little places like Canoe Cove and Hampton eventually to the small village of Victoria by the Sea. We found another 2 lighthouses. Only one was accessable. We wandered about the cute town with the beautiful old houses before pushing off to the downtown of Charlottetown.
We drove along the waterfront in Charlottetown looking at ...
We decided to stop in to Moncton en route to Charlottetown and just see what we see.
Caleb and I needed to go to the bathroom and I saw a RCMP detachment - I figured the police are there to serve and why not go in. This being a few weeks after the shootings in Moncton we paid our respects to the RCMP clerk at the front and she showed us the sculpture of the dog someone had created along with a poem an ...
... Nova Scotian spot, but in the end it just couldn't match Peggy Cove.
From Lunenberg we joined the main highway out of Nova Scotia and followed it back to Moncton. So here we are now, relaxing in this hip little town, reminiscing and enjoying the vibe. Tomorrow we keep heading west, but for now we enjoy the East Coast for one more evening.
Yup, today was a good day... and I didn't even have to use my AK.
Today we went to an invitation only soft opening of the expanded PPT Cafe.
So glad I am best buds with Mat, Mat, Dom and Jenn so I could tag along.
This cafe is situated in People's Park tower which is a senior's housing complex completed in 1976. This complex has 272 units over 6 floors. Later linked to a newly built Camden Park.
The cafe expanded twice its original size which allowed a much better flow of the kitchen ...