Dalvay by the Sea Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Mel and Paul disappeared into Truro to sort phone and internet access.
Following Mel's advice, drove through the Wenworth Valley enroute to Confederation Bridge. Definitely worth the detour off the Trans Canada Highway. A dense forest of darker evergreens mixed with the vibrant green of deciduous trees right to the edge of the road.
Confederation Bridge, a 12.9km link between New Brunswick and Prince Edward ...
... trail about 11 am and by 5 pm, having skipped some parts to make better time, I wasn't anywhere close to being near the end of the trail. I hightailed it back to Charlottetown though in time to pick up tickets for a newer Anne of Green Gables play, called Anne and Gilbert. Not to be a spoiler, I think it involves them becoming friends instead of enemies. There is not much explanation required for the below pics. And yes, there are some lupin ...
... New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario and P.E.I signed the Confederation documents making these five provinces the country of Canada. To this day Province House still is the building where provincial legislative sessions are held. We walked throughout it and found it amazing. I was shocked when one of the staff told me it was still been used and the next session would be Nov. 1st. I tried to visualize Alison ...
... chowder' and each had a meal. We were asked if we wanted mussels in the chowder . . . and said of course!! When the seafood chowder was served, it was in a small bowl (so much for the cup business!) and it was piled with seafood and potatoes. Carol protested that she ordered clam chowder--no, they only have seafood chowder. Oh, OK. Well, after digging into the creamy base and working our way through it it--we were not disappointed!
All of the meals ...
... down or the excitement wears off, my mind is wandering to the next thing. This is sad, because I have found that many times on this trip, instead of engaging in something with the kids, or paying attention to the things around me, my mind is off planning the next adventure. I know I am missing out on so much, and yet, I feel unable to stop it. The plus in all of this, is that I am more aware, and so I have been asking God daily to help me to live in the moment. ...