Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlottetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and go to Cavendish and the house that Anne used for her Green Gables stories. The end result was that we had the experience of seeing a beautiful island and learning a part of its history. And we were able to actually see the Green Gable house, farm and countryside so beautifully described in Anne's voice by Maude Montgomery, (she preferred Maude to Lucy). I was not one who saw the movie or television ...
... complete about half of the trail, we managed to see just a tidbit of New Brunswicks Fundy beauty! Guido was reminiscing his Italian roots as he hugged the curves of Fundy roads. Our lack of exercise was proven when we did our descent down a set of suspended stairs towards the breath taking Fuller Falls. Omg, just beautiful! After departing the Fundy trail we made a quick pit stop at The Caves. Natural red coastal caves along the Bay of Fundy!! ...
... 8 miles wide, about 145000 people. Has lots of trees in color, sand dunes, rocky shores, mussel and clam beds. Our driver Pieere was a comedian and a accordion player. Our Tour guide was a retired RN, so that can be a second career for nurses. The islands most famous person was Lucy Maude Montgomery writer who wrote the Anne of Green Gables, Her mom died yoiung she lived with her very strict maternal grandmother and grandfather who were Very strict, to escape she ...
... we have seen a fair bit of this on our travels.
The soil here is a rich red loam (iron content in the soil). We saw potato harvesting – the machine does 6 rows at a time and takes 6 minutes to fill a truck. Petrol is $140.3 here.
Onto the Confederation Bridge which was finished in 1997 at a cost of $840m and designed to last 100 years. It is 12.8km long and ...
... on our trip, so there goes July's allotment. However, how could I be in PEI, and NOT eat French fries made with PEI potatoes?!? Well, to be completely honest...I couldn't. So July got lucky with two servings of French fries. And it was totally worth it.
After dinner we leisurely walked back to our hotel, choosing a different route so we could see a bit more of Charlottetown. It was also quite a bit cooler out, so it was a very comfortable walk. We stopped at ...