The Hotel on Pownal
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the house specialty -- highly recommend it.
We waddled to the bus and enjoyed the return ride through the pastoral countryside which was magnificent with the long shadows cast by the setting sun.
When we got back to the hotel, the Super Moon was rising. A significant eclipse is expected mid evening. Because the moon is so close to the earth, it looks 14% bigger. And because of a coinciding total ...
Well we thought we should do one last blog to finish things up and let everyone know we are safe and sound and back on PEI! After a great week in Santa Cruz we headed back to Canada and our first stop was in my hometown to visit family. It was great to see my parents and my brother and his wife. We chatted a lot on Skype while away but it is always better in person!
Our visit included a little golf, some great food ...
... up little huts where you just take your bag of potatoes and leave money using the honour system. Problem was they were only selling big bags of potatoes and we only needed 2 or 3. So I went over and asked the people working on their barn if we could buy a couple potatoes. They were nice enough to just give them to us free of charge. I got to pick a few that were fresh off the fields and gave them a big thank you. Our next stop was at the PEI Aquafarms were we got 2 lbs of the freshest ...
... the early 1900's to the 1970’s. They also had lots of interesting auto related memorabilia.
From there, we drove down to the southern coast and checked out a lighthouse and harbor in Victoria.
After that, we drove to Borden-Carleton which is where the Confederation Bridge begins/ends on PEI. The eight mile long Confederation Bridge was finished in 1997 after only three and a half years of construction, and connects PEI and New Brunswick. Before ...
... 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!! ...