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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The day I have been waiting for has finally arrived!
Our ship docked at Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island this morning. We were up bright and early for our day on Prince Edward Island, home of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of my favourite books 'Anne of Green Gables'!!!!
Our bus was waiting at the port ...
... around the park and while checking out a campground saw a fox.
Our afternoon was spent checking out the waterfront of Charlottetown. Charlottetown is the capital of PEI and has around 36,000 people. One older area is Victoria Park with lots of outdoor eating establishments. We visited an old church built in 1919 which was beautiful. The old downtown is nice and we enjoyed our time there.
... the world. The majority of Cows stores are in PEI. They are also famous for their funny t-shirts, which make fun of current pop culture. For example, I saw one shirt that said "Fifty Shades of Moo," and another that said "Moomoolemon." We didn't buy any shirts, but we did enjoy a delicious ice cream cone. The tour was also fun, and we got to sample Cow chips (potato chips covered in chocolate), cheese (Cows starting making cheese in 2006), and ice cream (their famous ...
... The mussels here are a favourite and the chowder wasn’t bad either. A wander through town confirmed
more of the same. The heritage houses simply amazing, each one nicer than the next.
Once back on board we sailed out of the harbour under the new Confederation Bridge. Was dark by the time we got there but still an amazing sight. Fifteen kms ...
... many different nationallity, but mostly it's the Irish and the English that left there footprint. There are so many towns and villages that bear English names like New London, New Glasgow and most roads bear those names as well.
The first settlers arrived in 1799 on the Island, and two years later they build their first church. That is a tradition that kept on going because there are thousands of churches on the island.