Heritage Harbour House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... but plenty of old houses. Out in front of a really nice old house was the biggest tree on P.E.I. There was also a lighthouse that we could walk up half way and look out the windows. Most of the lighthouses you can’t enter because they are still working.
Back on the road again and we headed for the capital of the Province- Charlottetown. This town is full of beautiful old wooden houses. They are really impressive. We drove past a ...
... evening for all.
Charlottetown is celebrating it's 150th year since the first meeting of confederation all summer so after the tour Michelle and I went to an open air concert with Serena Ryder headlining (stomp is her hit song I knew). It was a free concert and we were able to walk in, get a beer and go to the bathroom all with no lines...nice compared to big cities where every event have line ups for everything.
Great day ...
... We both felt a bit ****** after just one pint. Both out of practice in all this drinking malarkey.
It was still light when we left. I thought it would be dark early up in these parts.
The sunset looked amazing as we rode toward it. Lighting up the clouds and jet streams in different shades of reds and Orange.
Another great day in he Maritimes.
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... We got our obligatory photos and then put the cameras away so we could then spend a few moments just soaking it all in..where we were, what we were looking at, the sounds, the smells...how lucky we were in that moment. After 15 minutes or so we slowly started to head back along the trail as we were mindful of the time. On our way back along the floating boardwalk we saw a large bird swoop along the water and land into the reeds. It was graceful with a large wingspan and a small ...
... Wowy). Part of the "fun" of the tour included wearing dorky Cows hats...these will not be coming home with us. For our ice cream cones, Craig got Messie Bessie, and I got Mooey Gooey.
After our visit to Cows, we headed into Charlottetown. Charlottetown is a very quaint capital city. It is by no means a big city, but I enjoyed that because I felt like we saw quite a bit of it just walking around. Unfortunately it was smoking hot out, and very humid (the air ...