Country Pines Inn & Suites

Address: 79 All Weather Hwy, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, C1N 5L3, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 79 All Weather Hwy, Summerside, is near Indian Head Lighthouse, Summerside Range Lighthouse Front, and Summerside Range Lighthouse Rear.
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Travel Blogs from Summerside

Emily's 11th Birthday

A travel blog entry by carlsons-canada on Jan 20, 2013

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... our go to man!!) came over and helped Nick flood the pond. First they cut a hole in the ice and then they put a sump pump in to flood the top of the pond. This makes it nice and wet and the cold temperatures then re-freeze it so it is smooth.
Nick worked pretty hard all week to keep our 10 x 10 metre ice rink free of snow. He was out there most days shovelling the white fluffy snowfall off the rink. The night before Emily's party we had a ...

The Final Leg.... Toronto, Moncton, Toronto.

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Apr 22, 2012

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... was spent between the Shore House, and Cape Tormentine fishing mackerel. J We had some lobsters, drank some beers, and generally enjoyed the remaining days of our time away. Slowly, everyone bid their adieus and went home. There were a few tearful goodbyes, and it was a bit sad to see everyone go. Carolyn, John, Andrew and Dad headed home on Thursday, and Shannon and I spent a couple of quiet days at the shore by ourselves. The day before ...

Prince Edward Island

A travel blog entry by sharyn-jim on Jul 19, 2010

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Confederation Bridge is at least 8 km.

Cavendish is a very green area due to the potatoe fields and rain.

St. Anne's Church offers a 5 course lobster dinner. Umm Umm Good. Salad, mussels, lobster with potatoes and vegetables and dessert ...

Day 26: Travelling again and Paddy Joins Us

A travel blog entry by concerto33 on Aug 28, 2009

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... our ferry, we drove through Cape Breton and into Antigonish for lunch. We had enjoyed our meal there on the way up and have been fascinated by the name of the town. We called it "An-tig-ah-nish" until the Irish comedian in Newfoundland made a joke of the name. The Canadians pronounce it “annie-go-neesh. Seashell and Paddy made their public debut there. You will need to double-click ...