Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlottetown
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... is to ferry to Nova Scotia and land in New Glasgow. Then either stay there or head to Halifax to wait out the storm on Saturday. Cape Breton and Cabot Trail on Sunday, ferry to Newfoundland on Monday or Monday night. GS is running pretty good. The ABS sensor seems to have fixed it self. Tires either on the way out to NL or on the way back (if needed to get in stock). Maybe felt some clutch slippage when really cranking on the power in 6th. Otherwise ...
We'd planned to take in some winter sports whilst in Canada, maybe even a few days in a resort, but soon found out that this was pretty much impossible without a car to get you there. We were therefore pretty glad when Kathy and Claude offered to take us out to their local slope.
Claude managed to get home from work early, so we could go to Brookvale, their local ski slope earlier than expected. (Matt was happy about this). Only a ...
... the elderly couple walking hand in hand half bent over with their ears towards the ground. We laughed to ourselves knowing that this is what we would have looked like no more than 20 mins before...well the younger and better looking version anyway. We were back in the car and almost at the highlight of the East Coast scenic drive, the East Point lighthouse. According to all reports this lighthouse was still open to the public which means we were going to have the opportunity to climb ...
... students and staff back to an exciting school year! The Canadian Student
Leadership Conference takes place September 17-21 - 750 of the most promising leaders from across the country will participate in workshops and listen to worldclass speakers. Our own students will be assuming roles of Spirit Leaders and volunteers; ...
... under its copious foliage. After we had our fill of lunch we packed up and headed into Victoria Park for a view of the Lieutenant Governor's home and grounds. The grounds were open to the public (but the mansion was off limits) so we had a walk around the grounds and the garden area. Once through the gates and on our way up to the beautiful white mansion we noticed the guard foxes by the side door... no wait those were just foxes sitting on the porch ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility