Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had to sit out while his mate moved the tent..We still cant work out why you would move your tent in the middle of the night anyway....
This morning we were off to see Anne of Green Gables Home. I think it may as well be called Anne of Green Gables Island as all roads lead to Cavendish.. We went vis the coastal road which was National Park and it was gorgeous except we couldnt see the sea as we drove along but then we suddenly came upon a Lighthouse right on the Beach at ...
... 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 ...
... of the aforementioned oversight our plans to see all things Green Gables were scuppered. We tried though. We couldn't book a tour to Green Gables because it doesn't open until May. We couldn't see the musical because it doesn't start until July. We couldn't even see the Lucy Maud Montgomery exhibition at the art gallery because that doesn't start until June. We did buy a bottle of raspberry cordial in the Anne of Green Gables Chocolates shop, and ...
... the Main Street of the city, our guide was really good, she had lived in the island her whole life and from the way she spoke about thing you could tell that she lived living here. The Charlottetown area is like most other well established cities, they have the major department stores (Sears, Canadian tire, Walmart, target and so on). She was also very proud to point out that they have 17 Tim Hortons and only 2 Starbucks in the city. The city area is ...
... of the Dominion of Canada. We learnt that the funny thing was PEI refused to join Canada until several years later when they were nearly bankrupt building a railroad. Around the corner from this within the very compact old town was the Victoria Row area of old shops. This 200m or so strip of shops etc was the historic centre of the city and where we decided to find a place for our evening meal. On walking down the row of restaurants we saw a pizza place advertising ...