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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We are having a blast and the locals are encouraging us to be involved. At one point Roger tells the table that "after this beer I will be officially drunk". Well there were several round after that. We close the place down leaving about 1:30 am. Good thing we are walking home tonight. The next morning we are all moving a little slow down to breakfast at 9. As we walk down we see our wine buddy's sitting there in the dining room! He doesn't have any ...
... We stopped for a coffee at Cape Jourmain and were given a piece of Canada Birthday cake at the rest stop.
From there we headed to Moncton and finally our destination which was Hopewell Rocks. The area here has the advertising slogan of "Walking on the Ocean Floor". You have to time your visit as the tide is going out so you can walk around the rock formations. The rocks were huge and had vegetation growing at their tops. Once again ...
... is really a beautiful sight.
Then we drove to the Cape Egmont lighthouse and discovered a sandstone formation carved out by the sea.
On the way back to the coach, we saw the huge Notre Dame du Mont Carmel Basilica next to the water that our tail gunners told us about. The amazing thing is that it sits out in the middle of the country side, far away from any town.
After we arrived back at the coach, we pulled out the chairs and had a relaxing ...
... minutes to drive across from Prince Edward Island to the mainland province of British Columbia. It is the longest bridge of its kind in the world. Up to 1997 ice breaker ferries were used for the crossing during winter. The bridge costs $44.50 for a round trip – the ferry that still operates from a different point in summer costs $70. The bridge goes in an S shape to save ...
... grabbed some groceries, and were back at the hotel within an hour.
Dinner was at the Gahan Brewery and Pub, a PEI brewery. Craig had already sampled some of their beer earlier in the trip, so we decided to check out their food. As I have a wedding in a year, I decided that I needed to limit my French fry consumption, to max. one serving a month...for those of you who know how much I love French fries, this will be quite the challenge. I had already had French ...