Quality Inn & Suites Garden of the Gulf
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... major" highways. We saw the west side of PEI National Park, some beautiful lighthouses, beautiful cottages and homes dropped in the green fields. The soil here is a ruddy red color because it has high levels of iron that when exposed to air it turns red. They are famous for the potatoes they grow here and we planned to buy some to try. Wouldn't you know that those accommodating islanders left some out for us to pick up and take for free. As we were rounding a ...
After that it was getting late and we ventured back to the cottage before stopping at a little Convenience Store for Richard's favorite chicken drumsticks and rice to have for dinner tonight. Pulled up at the Owners house for Richard to get some DVD's to watch and for me to check out the washing facilities when the wife came down and showed us where everything was located.
I don't know why these cottages we ...
... a day in 75 groups of four. We did the mental math and it sounds like a pretty lucrative business. It's a short season though - I think only two months and it's over at the end of June.
We went further down the road and saw a sign for the PEI Dirt Shirt Company. They offered "free factory tours". What it amounted to was a guy with a pile of red dirt, a shovel, a hose, a cement mixer, ...
... had each morning. After being filled up on this yummy comfort food they would ask us what kind of eggs we would like. Would we like asparagus eggs Benedict or scrambled eggs with aged cheddar and back bacon. Wow, I never knew I could eat so much food for breakfast, but I sure enjoyed every second of these meals! And I even got the recipe for the homemade bread. Maybe blog worthy! For dinners we have indulged in local seafood from Atlantic salmon, scallops, lobster to ...
... other car. They were not quite ready so off I go ahead. The car I was driving was a manual, which is all well and good but I am driving in the passengers seat and changing gears with my right hand, all while trying to remember to drive on the opposite side of the road to what I do at home. As you can imagine I am a little nervous and very stressed. There is ice on the road and I have to remember to do a "tight right" or a "loopy left" These are sayings Nick and I use ...