Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlottetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like you always see on TV, leaving behind a briny yummy taste in your mouth. Ciera wasn't too keen on them! Next we had mussels, they were good, but I prefer the oysters. Ciera loved the mussels! Then we all had an entree, of course I had the lobster roll, sooooo good! Of course everything is served with a PEI potato side, fries, kettle cooked chips, potato salad etc. For dessert we went to COWS Creamery, ...
... although many in my family did. My interest came from reading the books, and I was taken by the characters and by the beautiful descriptions and writing. I recently learned that Mark Twain, (Samuel Clemmens) was a big fan, and I would say that is a pretty good endorsement. We both felt that this smallest province was very beautiful and had so much to offer. We couldn't have had a better day. Enjoy the ...
... for dinner and a half hour later was told - ah too bad the last one was just served to another patron - fun times.
By 8:15PM with Caleb in tow we were showing signs of wanting our food to which an elderly lady advised that 'what you cannot see is that there is a table of 12 around the corner' - I asked if this was in fact their first year of existence as this could not possible be their 25th with all of the goings on :)
... meal with all the fixings. There is something comforting about a nice turkey dinner especially when you are not the one who has to cook . It was delicious. The entertainment for the night was stand up comic/ author Patrick Ledwell; he shared what life was like for a true "islander". It was non stop laughter. A perfect end to a fun ...
... 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 ...