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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flat rocks. Rather than build sand castles the kids were building rock structures. We saw a flock of Canadian Geese walking along the sand dunes and a mother duck and her ducklings.
On our way back to Charlottetown we stopped for a lobster supper. The restaurant was recommended in the Lonely Planet and we had a lovely meal which was all the better because Dad lost a bet with Joe and had to shout our meal! You chose what weight of lobster ...
We started off this morning on our way to Nova Scotia and ended up in P.E.I. How does that happen you ask? Well, take two ADD type personalities, flavour with steaming hot lattes, toss in a bit of "no agenda today", and a dash of rambling on. Sometimes the best laid plans are meant to be changed. So it's off to Prince Edward Island... Crossing the long Confederation Bridge into ...
... The front Lawn’ but seemed to enjoy the girls few trips down ‘Double Trouble.
The boys were particularly skilful, despite Claude dubbing snowboarders ‘obnoxious’ they played nicely together and Matt even completed a few jumps – including a 180.
It really is a fantastic facility to have just a short ride away from home, and we left very envious stopping off for some well deserved carbs on the way home. ...
... even tables to sit at, so we did our catching up and then returned to the ship to have an early lunch before going ashore again to join our excursion (Panoramic Island Drive) at 12.30 for 3+ hours.
Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island, which is the smallest and greenest province of Canada. The Island has a population of 145,800 with 58,000 of them living ...
... organise my life. Nik plans to come to Australia on a working holiday at the end of September which I'm really excited about but it's going to be a tough few months wait. We stayed up much of the last night talking about pretty much everything there is to talk about not wanting to waste our last hours together sleeping. In the morning I said goodbye to Sam and Nik took me to the airport. We said a teary goodbye and I got on my flight to Toronto via Montreal.