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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Confederation Bridge connects N.B. with P.E.I. and it is a massive structure 13 kilometres in length. Everything has to be the longest or the biggest and its’ claim to fame is, it is the longest bridge over icy waters. Half way up the high span we were stopped for roadworks and sat for 5 minutes waiting for the lollipop man to let us over. The bridge has a toll of $45 for dual axles so I got the money out and then before ...
... campground we are staying in closes in September and reopens in May, a very short season.
We have enjoyed our stay on PEI but it is time to move on. Tomorrow we take a ferry from Wood Islands to Caribou, Nova Scotia. You don't pay to get on the island but to get off you pay for a ferry or to go across the bridge. We decided the ferry would be more fun. It will take about an hour and 15 minutes and will save us over 75 miles of driving. Should be a fun time!!
... After a bit more tidying / finishing packing we watched a show on the computer and got ready for checkout at noon.
We dropped off our bags at the front desk for safe keeping as we killed some more time by going to Victoria Park in Charlottetown for another picnic lunch. As we walked we realized that the weather was becoming more and more unsettled. We ended up finding a spot to eat near a picnic table and elected that moving the table was our ...
... down onto the preserves making floor next to the shop, and had the chance to try their delicious range, before heading into the dining room for our dinner. Soup followed by yummy potato pie and then homemade pie using the different preserves was washed down with several glasses of wine. We were entertained by a charming and handsome Irish local man who sang and played a piano accordion. Despite this, us girls tried not to glance anxiously at our watches as the time ticked ...
... raised in New Jersey, it is rare to see a coastline without homes every 20 feet. Rarer even still, to see farms on an island? Prince Edward Island was a totally new experience, and something that I never expected. Not only was the coastline barren (from my definition) of homes, resorts, and businesses; but the interior of the island was lined with nothing except rolling green hills. Farm after farm, and land after empty land presented ...