Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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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. …
... 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 ...
... the street was a nice structure and in it was Clamdiggers, the other restaurant we were supposed to visit!! It is housed in a replica train station, a tribute to the town's early history in the 1900's. There was a small park with plaques describing the history of the area.
When Carol and I were in the area in 2011 we visited Montague for lunch. There are three rivers that run into the sea ...
... bed and call it a night.
Unfortunately my night didn't end there. As much as I loved our lobster dinner, it didn't love me...so I spent a decent portion of the night being sick in the bathroom. At least the rain had stopped at this point, so my multiple treks between the bathroom and tent were dry! There's always a silver lining. However, I would be lying if I said I didn't wish, at one point, that I was at home.
Needless to say, neither of us slept all that ...
... representing 6 stopovers in airports, an extended stay in Kamala, 3 days in Sydney, and the rest are port stops along the cruise. Google Earth lets you position the eyes of the viewer at any spot on the earth, looking from any altitude, and in any direction. Building the flyover in Google Earth was fun and relatively easy to do. The hard part is capturing it and loading it up to YouTube.
First thing I found was ...