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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... waist deep on some of the treks I personally would have ploughed on through but Nick was definitely out of his comfort zone on this one and point blank refused to go another step forward I think he was having a man paddy. So we have had a few wasted days trying to find a walk to do and have managed a couple. To date we have stayed in Halifax where the B&B owners barely showed their faces, then a grubby hotel in Wolfvill on the Bay of Fundy we did manage a nice ...
... and they run the tours of the area. At this site they had a library which holds all the souveneirs and all the books she has written, they had her original writing desk there and a young girl who was one of her decendants gave us a talk about the family. From there we took a 20 minute walk past the old house ruins then through the Haunted wood as she described in her books past where the old one room school house was and eventually coming out at Green Gables. This house was ...
Today we are in Canada's smallest province and it's smallest provincial capital - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
In the morning, we took a taxi (there's a taxi stand just outside the cruise terminal) to a local quilt store for Beulah to peruse (Helen doesn't quilt but she sews). While they were shopping, Andy & I walked to Province House - the birthplace of Confederation. In Sept, 1864, 23 politicians from the British Colonies of PEI, Nova ...
... and Sue Steer....they offered lots of helpful information....it just felt right so we booked the condo for 2 months...our aeroplan points will look after the flights so that keeps the trip affordable for us....then while browsing the cruise itineraries I came across the repositioning cruise of the Celebrity Solstice with the first leg cruising from Sydney to Honolulu with stops at some exotic islands that we have always dreamed ...
... I was from the UK, and on hearing 'yes’ reeled off her list of the places she loved there. The list stopped after London and Edinburgh. With the tourist office telling me there wasn’t really anything to do in Cardigan I set off in search of the tearoom hoping I’d least be able to get a decent cake out of my little outing.
As I meandered through the craft shop I was greeted with the smell of fresh baking and found ...