Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlottetown
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... forth to Whistler .Charlottetown is holding celebrations for 150 years since Federation. Federation started here. There is a screening tonight of “Anne Of Green Gables” in the park but we are too tired. No- one else will go as there isn’t any parking in the city for tourists. Outside the tourist information center in town they had a big 2014 sign in big red block letters. We also passed another sign in the center of town which ...
... drive and this is what Suzanne were wanting to see. There were a lot of red rock cliffs to take photos of and as usual I got carried away. We even had a great lunch at the Blue Mussel Cafe located on North Rustico Harbour. After lunch we decided to try to locate a little out of the way lighthouse at Cape Tryon. After missing the unmarked turn off and traveling 10 miles out of ...
... oxide that gives the limestone its red color. The island has no gravel or rocks. The island is attached to the mainland by an 8 mile bridge to New Brunswick, which carries a $45 toll off the island, and by a 6 hour ferry ride to Nova Scotia. There are no factories on the island, but there is a frozen food plant. Fishing for lobster, farming mussels and twenty other kinds of seafood or fish are a large industry. Wine grapes, potato farming, blueberries and ...
... the east coast scenic route and then head down towards the south coast to see Argyle sands Provincial Park and the Rocky Point lighthouses. The remainder of the East Coast scenic drive was probably some of the most beautiful. We passed through a series of small fishing villages such as St Peters, which had picturesque coves filled with various boats surrounded by roads lined with well restored historical buildings in all shapes and sizes. You could invisage the fishing ...
... of a dramatic play of the Confederation "conversation," including a guest appearance from Sir John A. MacDonald.
We also wandered along a couple of streets in search of a lobster ornament for our Christmas tree. We've made it a bit of a "tradition" to try and collect an ornament or two that represent our travels. So far we've done quite well (puffins from Newfoundland and a lighthouse for Peggy's Cove), but we still wanted to find a lobster in PEI, as it was ...