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Travel Blogs from Cavendish
The weather was not great but not too bad either and cleared up during the day when we crossed the bridge over to New Brunswick and stopped at the fossil cliffs of Joggins. The tide was up so we could not look for fossils but the scenery was stunning anyways. From there it was about 2 hours to get back to Halifax.
Awoke to beautiful sunshine after
a smooth night of sailing to Charlottetown
(Anne of Green Gables country). We had made no firm plans here, thought we
would wing it once we arrived. The Hop-On Hop-Off bus did not entice us this
time. We wanted to get out of the city and see some of Prince Edward Island
After getting ashore we were
approached by ...
... We found out that it leads to a beach infested with sand fleas.
And finally, we found our moose! However, he looks strangely familiar.
One more full day to come. We have to make it back to the Halifax airport by tomorrow night. But we're planning one more side trip before heading home.
... It was named after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III. The city has a beautiful setting - on a harbor and bounded by rivers on each side.
Our plan was to tour the part of the city near the harbor, get dinner and then go to a play. Our first introduction to town was a parking garage near the theater. Bear in mind that we are not in a really foreign country and that it speaks our language. ...
... restaurants on nearly every street corner in the Maritimes. We brought our sandwiches back to Avonlea and had a small picnic. But I have to agree with Anne: "Sandwiches are just so unpoetical." But to make up for that, we also had Raspberry Cordial! It was "excruciatingly delicious." Also quoting Anne, "I just love bright red drinks!" After lunch, we went into the Avonlea fishing shack and listened to some fishing shanties. At the end of the day ...
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46 Memory Lane, Cavendish | Hotelfrom $134