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... is to ferry to Nova Scotia and land in New Glasgow. Then either stay there or head to Halifax to wait out the storm on Saturday. Cape Breton and Cabot Trail on Sunday, ferry to Newfoundland on Monday or Monday night. GS is running pretty good. The ABS sensor seems to have fixed it self. Tires either on the way out to NL or on the way back (if needed to get in stock). Maybe felt some clutch slippage when really cranking on the power in 6th. Otherwise ...
... house that was already occupying the spot to a slightly less desirable one over the road), the Art Gallery (I did actually look around the whole thing, I didn't just tear wildly through it looking for L M Montgomery items), and up and down the waterfront on the boardwalk several times. I also had some tasty meals at various restaurants including my first meal on the Island at a place called Hunter's where the portion was so big it could more easily have eaten me than ...
... past the Governor's House, where Wills and Kate stayed ( and within spitting distance of K&C's) completed the tour.
Of course I wasn't going to let a trip to PEI go by without visiting the Anne of Green Gables shop. The shop was a delight, selling overpriced DVDs books, hats with red pigtails pre-fitted and even Raspberry Cordial- all tended by a desperately embarassed shop attendant forced to wear a smock ...
... was closed preventing us from climbing to the lantern room for panoramic views of the bay and the town of Souris. Fortunately, the lighthouse isnt surrounded by fencing so despite not being able to go inside we were still able to get our postcard perfect lighthouse pictures. Souris is a slightly bigger fishing town and the departure port for the Ferry to Iles de la Madeleine, apparently a favoured holiday destination of the Quebecois (aka Quebecians as I like to still call ...
... each turn we made on the island.
The home we are staying in was a cute, cottage rental with two bedrooms, two baths and a sweeping waterfront yard. After a long drive, we spent the day relaxing on our waterfront property. Unfortunately, we arrived to late to get advice from locals and could only find a grocery store that sold basics. So on an oasis of seafood, we ate cheeseburgers our first night. Oh well, there's always tomorrow!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking