Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and had an army of friendly, efficient staff. We would normally pass this kind of a place by, but we were promised that it was the best in the area, and there was no way we were cooking in the rain. Living up to its island reputation, we had fresh, delicious AND UNLIMITED mussels, salad, fresh buns, seafood chowder, and dessert with a 1 lb lobster each. Hmmmm, pass the tums ...
... for dinner and a half hour later was told - ah too bad the last one was just served to another patron - fun times.
By 8:15PM with Caleb in tow we were showing signs of wanting our food to which an elderly lady advised that 'what you cannot see is that there is a table of 12 around the corner' - I asked if this was in fact their first year of existence as this could not possible be their 25th with all of the goings on :)
... exiled from the area by the British. The Bank operated from 1864-1894 and was the model for future credit unions. Next door is the restored Doucet House which was built in 1768. Some of the wood in the house tested back to that time. It is an example of the Acadian style of building.
We dined at Carr's on five pounds of mussels before returning to the ship. The view of the bay and the house across from it was magnificent. We had a wonderful day.
... of the town before heading out into the country. Nearly all buildings made of wood with high pitched sloping roofs – average town house price $205,000 and in the country $162,000, of course there is the higher end of the market on the shoreline.
Into the countryside and it is so beautiful, everything so tidy and neat. Saw a paddock with cows and four donkeys ...
... not wearing flip flops in the bathroom and shower), and relaxed a little bit with our best friend, air conditioning.
We still had to pick up a few snacks for the flight home (we learned the hard way coming here that Air Canada doesn't offer meals anymore), and we wanted to drop off our extra camping gear somewhere (cooler, chairs, etc.). We looked up Value Village on the internet, and since Charlottetown is so small, it was right around the corner! We dropped off ...