Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we boarded the short ferry to Prince Edward Island and after a stop at the Visitor Center, we decided to first tour the eastern portion of the island. We stopped for lunch in Montague, a small fishing village, and had our first haddock which seems to be the fish offered here on the "Island" (as they call it). We could see that the road ahead was more of the same, pretty ...
... colors dotted with barns and farmhouses.
The most distinct and unusual color here is the famous red dirt of PEI which creates spectacular contrasts when it borders the luscious green grasses and golden crops around it. Strangely enough, this laid back farming island with its red accents reminded us of the scenery in Uganda where the same colorful natural contrasts were ...
... nice people. We visited the art gallery (I've seen better) and Beaconsfield House (where we got our own private tour), and walked along the waterfront several times. It is unfortunate that we went at the wrong time of year, but that just means we will have to return one day, when tourist season is in full swing and you can't move for Japanese Anne fans, some of who have even been known to render Green Gables out of sugar. To quote the hostel owner: ...
... pizza get the second half price. Sounded like a good offer to us so we entered and enjoyed two terrific pizzas, some beautiful bread with oils and a glass of red each. An all round well priced and tasty meal. On finishing we walked some more via the cities town hall and took some photos of the pretty streets all lit up before heading back to the hostel and heading off to sleep about 11pm. Earlier I mentioned interesting characters. One of these was a Chinese guy on a top ...
... They skittered away as we walked up the driveway a ways away. We wandered through and checked out the garden and had a look to see what the commotion was on the opposite side of the property from us, it was a baseball tournament with some very vigorous fans cheering on their kidlets.
From here we wandered back up through the city centre area of Charlottetown and back to the hotel. The city is very user friendly and easily walkable so it was ...