Delta Prince Edward
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Prince Edward Charlottetown
Probably the best Charlottetown has to offer. Good location, near restaurants and wharf. Good food in dining room. Updated rooms.
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Following breakfast (lobster benedict), Patrick and I took a stroll around Charlottetown and attended Mass at St. Dunstan's, a lovely Gothic basilica built in 1907.
This afternoon we headed to Prince Edward Island National Park located on the north shore of PEI, along the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It’s the third most …
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Who knew Prince Edward Island was the birthplace of the Confederation? Certainly not I. More about that in a bit.
We departed New Brunswick and traversed the Confederation Bridge that spans Northumberland Strait, linking Prince Edward Island to NB. The …
... a breakfast stop at the favorite bakery we head out in light rain. 45 minutes out we stop at the Glenora Distillery, it is the first distillery in Canada. They can't use the term "Scotch" as that can only be used if the whiskey is made in Scotland. We taste a few drams and enjoy the drying off available in the pub. We buy two bottles of the 14 year old, one to enjoy on the trip, another to bring home. This single malt just won three gold metals in New ...
... to find you had to pay an entry fee to go to the beach. No way was I paying to visit a beach so we turned around. Later in the day we decided that we would go to the beach and as luck would have it it was later in the day so the fee collecting booth was closed! It was worth visiting Cavendish Beach. The beach was manned by Life Savers but only a few brave children were swimming in the freezing water. The beach had some sand but was covered ...
... and Carrick Island. If you are interested there are good articles about both on Google. We actually were at the Giant's Causeway twice. The first was on Easter Sunday for a sunrise service at 7AM! Fog and cool temperatures did not deter over 100 locals and us for this special occasion. To top it off we went back to the church in Bushmills for an Irish Breakfast "fry-up". The second time on the Causeway was a beautiful sunny day where we got to ...