Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Anne is everywhere -Anne of Green Gables Gift Store, Anne of Green Gables Chocolate shop.. there are even TWO Anne of Green Gables musicals on Cross the street from each other! The shopping mall left a lot to be desired, so we grabbed a bite to eat -I even tried a Blueberry Ale! There are a fair few dodgy characters when we're walking around. Not dangerous... it's banjo territory, if you catch my drift. Even the ...
In hindsight choosing Charlottetown as the place to wait out the weather for four days turned out to be a great decision. A town with no specific things to do but eat good food and enjoy a hundred and fifty year old mansion turned into a Bed & Breakfast is not a bad place to lay low. Located on a street full of such old homes and mansions only about a 5 minute walk from downtown ...
... 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: ...
... at 11 tonight so I relax with the tv for a little. Have a shower and get dressed for dinner. Our server for dinner is great. Fuad, he's from Indonesia, very funny likes to tell rather terrible jokes but has the funniest little laugh, kinda like a giggle. At one point tonight was passed under a bridge, he comes over and ducks down, telling us to do the same so we don't hit out heads. The Indonesian crew were putting on a show at 11 tonight and Fuad is in ...
Today we were off to explore the popular east coast of Prince Edward Island (PEI). The PEI tourism board had cleverly created a detailed brochure and map which divided their small island into a number of different regions, each with specific scenic drives. It made deciding what to do whilst on the island very easy. After surviving a hectic but free breakfast(which included tasty banana bread) in the quaint but pokey kitchen which was filled with what seemed like every guest in the ...