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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... brief orientation film then visited the house and grounds described in her novel. Lunch of traditional island lobster was provided at the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company a Scottish run establishment. It is lobster season here at present and the offering was fresh and sweet. On our return we walked the streets of Charlotte town ,surprised a fox sniffing out the ...
... some 411KM's. We managed about 30KM I would say and ended up hot and hungry in downtown Charlottetown. A group of teenagers played music outside as we sipped on a beer and ate fish tacos. A random guy showed up and added a harmonica solo to the gig, took a bow and then wandered on.
Then it wad time for Argentina VRS Netherlands which Michelle, Caleb and I went to watch.
A good day ...
A sleep in a real bed! We did miss the fresh morning air but we were very happy with the warmth, and lack of tarp blowing in the breeze. It was a very relaxed morning since we were able to finish packing our gear the night before (thanks to the list of what the contents of each bag were on the way out, that process was relatively stress free too).
The only stress we had this morning was making sure we got to breakfast in time for the free ...
... welcomed us home, Canada is made up of good, interesting, loving, helpful people – each with their own story to tell. That was the biggest thing we learned. Every part of Canada is great – but it’s our special, unique people that make us even greater! Let us appreciate and celebrate each other – as we all journey together!!
And now, Tom and I are heading out to the garden to weed ...
... of its profits to different charities that are close to the heart of the community. It is one of the original church lobster suppers of PEI and has become a success story far beyond its dreams since 1963." It is served in the church basement and the food was lick smacking good! Seafood chowder-thick and creamy, filled w/seafood, a bowl of mussels-(unlike steamers,they were smaller and more tender), salad, baked ...