Delta Prince Edward
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This is one interesting outing, just before supper last night the fire alarm sounded interrupting my beauty nap. I jumped, gathered JC's meds/ insulin and of course the bling and called down to reception. They couldn't confirm or deny at that point. My old safety and security CRHS training kicked in. Over ride time .... then the announcement to …
... mussels imaginable for a whopping 2.70$. We continued our drive to the national Park and set out on a great 10km walk through the PEI ecosystem. In PEI the soil is all red because of the high Iron-oxide content and makes it like you are in an alien land. We walked along the coastline watching the ducks land and take off. We walked through farmland and forest. It really was quite beautiful and peaceful. It’s off season right now in PEI so everything is pretty much closed. We were ...
... We headed straight for Cavendish beach. Upon arrival we had to pay 14$ to get in...come on, Canada ! Seriously ? It was very nice and relaxing to swim in the salty waters of the st Lawrence. A great way to give Guido the chance to check out the other Gina's! Next stop: our sleeping spot: a hostel in downtown Charlottetown. This proved to be a very interesting experience from the beginning. Krissy was not impressed sharing another room with ...
... Canada, Prince William and Kate visited Dalvay, had a dragon boat race as well as Prince William landing a helicopter on the lake at the hotel! (See picture of Jenny with Wills and Kate). If it’s good enough for them it’s good enough for me and Jenny! I don’t know how much it costs to stay but I’m guessing it was more than 40 GBP (per night for the two of us) that we paid at the hostel!
From here we drove down to Summerside, a ...
... to absorb the magic of what we'd just seen when it was time to rush off and grab something to eat before Evangeline began. Super quick service at the theatre restaurant and laughing and sighing over how entertaining it had been, and how gorgeous was the guy who played Gilbert etc, and it was time to head in to the much much larger theatre setting for our next play. Evangeline is a tragedy, there is no getting around that, beautiful love story of faithful devotion that it ...