Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlottetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t get back to camp this evening until 7pm.
The motel was great and the staff very helpful, and the beds were just so comfortable it was a shame to leave Moncton. We didn’t stay for breakfast as there were a heap of people in the breakfast room and Jenny didn’t want to wait for a lousy bagel so we headed for Tim Horton’s and had the longest wait ever to get our food.
We drove from Moncton through to ...
... slow and incredibly expensive so we are trying to avoid it if possible. Prince Edward Island (PEI) is famous for being the setting for the Anne of Green Gables books, but we resisted the opportunity to take an Anne of Green Gables tour (compete with lobster lunch) and enjoyed a walk around the very pretty town. This year Canada is celebrating 150 years since confederation and PEI is also famous for being the town where 'they ...
... and we were back on the road within minutes. Eemmmmmm, kind of!
Brackley beach was our next stop, situated in a national park, normally you would have to pay to gain access, but not when it’s all frozen. Again completely white as far as the eye could see, we went down the kind of wooden steps you see at the movies, to our ever so familiar white cold carpet. This time the distance to the flowing sea was farther and the stacks ...
... Anne of Green Gables stops so I guess that's another plus!
For dinner, we had to wait almost an hour for our 'anytime dining' table. Not what I would call anytime dining. After all that wait, the meal wasn't worth the wait. Andy and I had a Thai wrap appetizer - all vegetable with tofu - which we didn't finish - Andy just ate the rice paper wrap! Then three of us had the beef wellington which, itself was ok - but the sides weren't - overcooked ...
... of the best masonry craftmanship of the Island. The courthouse was built in 1897 from designs by the renowned Island architect William Critchlow Harris.The reddish colour of the stone can be attributed to the local sandstone but the contrasting white stones were quarried and transported over from Nova Scotia. The building was originally designed to face in the opposite direction however during the construction the plans were misinterpreted so the building has remained the wrong way ...