Howard Johnson Charlottetown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... more got on the 9:30am ferry. We and three others got on the 11:15am ferry. The final four in our caravan got on the 1pm ferry. By 3:30pm all were in the campground safe and sound.
The only problem we had was that the Tices had something break on their transmission shifter and becasue they had a roadside assistance ...
... ship calls on Charlottetown per week in the summer and 1 a day during the fall.
Thurs Aug 8--We had a few places picked out to visit, so we left in the car and our first stop was Summerside. We stopped at the visitor information center and had a very knowledgable guy assist us. He told us of some unusual places to stop as we drove around the central part of PEI. First of all there are murals in Summerside, then there is ...
... descendants became Acadians came from "all the regions of France but coming predominantly directly from the cities".Prior to the British Conquest of Acadia in 1710, the Acadians lived for almost 80 years in Acadia. After the Conquest, they lived under British rule for the next forty-five years. During the French and Indian War, British colonial officers and New England legislators and militia carried out the ...
... it "shower and foot rinse station". After feeling like a dolt I rinsed my feet and made my way to the car to wait for Jenny.
Once again we were back on the road and now looking for a TH's to get some wifi and an Iced cap/treat while we made a plan. It has been more and more apparent to us that we didn't have a really long list for PEI and we were ready to venture home in the coming days. We ended up at the KOA after some failed B&B attempts which wasn't a big ...
... along the beach at Red Point. The sand at Red Point is basically the same "singing sand" as at Basin Head which was a nice surprise. The bluff was very high and the stairs to the beach were steep. Still, it was great to spend more time exploring.
We asked the Provincial Park staff for a recommendation of some place close we could go to have supper and they recommended Sheltered Harbour restaurant in Souris. It's in ...