Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We left New Brunswick and drove the Confederation Bridge before arriving in Prince Edward Island. The first thing we noticed was the rich red soil, and the reason for this is that the Island was formed from sedimentary bed rock of soft, red sandstone which produces the red soil. The redness of the soil is due to the high iron-oxide (rust) content. …
We went for a walk around Charlottetown after breakfast, then drove to Brackley Beach and the various other beaches nearby. On our way back to Charlottetown we stopped at Cow's Creamery for their very brief factory tour to learn about the making of Cow's Creamery ice cream, butter and cheese. Cow's Creamery is definitely an Atlantic Canada favorite …
We enjoyed breakfast and then John and I went shopping for an hour or so while the kids did their puzzles. After lunch we drove to Cornwall, PEI which is just 10 minutes away from downtown Charlottetown, to Rise & Climb Adventures. The kids spent most of the afternoon climbing on the course and zip lined numerous times. They had a great time! …
We had a wonderful breakfast at our B&B, then drove along Green Gable Shore to visit the Anne of Green Gables Heritage site that pays tribute to everyone's favorite red-haired heroine Anne of Green Gables and her creator, Lucy Maud Montgomery. We explored the area and then visited the various shops in Cavendish. The kids also tried Bungy …
... and soft-to-the-touch, small-grained sand. We stopped at a lobster dock, where Allison spent time teaching us about lobsters and lobster fishing.
Among her facts:
1. Lobsters shed their shells (molt) in order to grow.
2. Lobsters were once considered a poor man's seafood.
3. Fishermen throw back lobsters that are too small or too big or breeding.
4. Lobsters can dine on ...