The Hotel on Pownal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I am waiting for it all to change.
Today, we set off on the the "Green Gables Shore “Tour of the island. It is actually just the top half of the central part of the island. We didn’t find Anne but we sure saw lots of places people reckon that she has been. The scenery is made up of red sandstone cliffs, pinkish sandy beaches and rolling farm fields.
The first lighthouse was at Covehead Bay on the beach. There was an inlet ...
... south for Charlottetown the capital of P.E.I. We went straight to Cows Creamery which is a really well known ice cream brand in Canada made on P.E.I. We did a half an hour tour which was $5 each and we got a sample of chocolate chips, cheese and there most popular ice cream. After the tour we each got a ice cream and sat outside. It was another beautiful day at least 30 degrees. We drove into the downtown and went to talk ...
... br> Our House Hunters International marathon was only interrupted by a knock on the door from the next door neighbours, just checking that we were still on for our 8am lift to the bus stop. Dear Gerry had been volunteered by the lovely Gail, neighbours who I understand Kathy only met once or twice, to transport us just as soon as Gail heard we’d be dropping off the keys before getting a taxi. Not only did he give us that lift he also brought round a bottle of his own ...
Our first stop of the day was a fancy museum / café / shop where Jenny saw lots of things she would like to buy if she had the money or a bag big enough! Haha. (see photos)
Today was the first day (of our two week trip) where the weather has really stopped us from enjoying the scenery and outdoors!
Our next stop was Dalvay by the Sea. An Edwardian hotel, it is a beautiful building inside and out and a pretty setting on the north coast ...
... in Boston, I'd had a lobster roll at the Omni Parker House Hotel the night before we left. I developed a non itchy patchy red rash on my lower legs. It cleared up within a day, and I thought nothing more of it, didn't really connect it to anything in particular, could have been the horrible heat of Boston for all I knew. Then I ate lobster cakes when we were at Peggy's Cove three days later. That evening, I realized my entire lower front legs were covered with a red, ...