Country Pines Inn & Suites
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... into the rain. We stayed at a nice man's place in Charlottetown due to the season. Every hostel was closed so make sure you go earlier or you can still book into B&Bs for a while. We took his advice and explored the east coast of the island so we could see the red sandy beaches, the white ones and more lighthouses :)
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 ...
... this street had been renamed:
This unfortunate wharf was loved too much:
This town was named when a Frenchmen hit his thumb with a hammer:
Here is a street that everyone would want to ...
... deposit our payment (cash only, of course). In case you are wondering, the story doesn't mercifully end here. The ticket booth lady actually overheard our conversation with the security guard and called us over. "No", she said. "Please pre-pay now because I leave at 9:00 before the play ends". I told her I wasn't sure when we would be leaving so how would we know what to pre-pay? She said, "Give me $4. That ...
... was this crazy pool that the kids ran around inside of bubbles. See the pictures.
Dinner at a great place called the Sand Box. Rosanne and Eddie led us to our hotel. Jacob and Michelle took a walk to see a pretty church nearby, a historic cemetery, and local monument. We were exhausted from a lousy night of sleep on the ferry from Newfoundland and turned in fairly early.