Cavendish Gateway Resort
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So, no one gets to stop and take a picture on Confederation Bridge. Today I did. But not for a good reason. One kilometre onto the bridge my trailer hitch came off the ball on the SUV. I don't know for sure why, but everyone who has an opinion, and there are plenty, thinks I must not have seated the hitch properly on the ball when I hitched up this morning. And I have to admit it's the only explanation. I'm incredibly lucky tonight to be snug in my trailer with ...
... on this furniture which is 150 years old. We then took a long walk to Victoria Park and returned along the Ocean Boardwalk. The locals were walking their dogs, walking without dogs, young walkers, old walkers, Cruise Ship tourists you name it. Just a beautiful day to breath fresh air. In the evening we took in a Production Show called Once Upon A Dream. It was beautiful, especially the costumes. Later we ...
... to get into catching up with Fizz.
There were a number of 'runs’ with varying difficulty. There were only a few falls, but nothing serious. Susie failed miserably with the chair lift until the final attempt, falling on her backside whilst exiting a couple of times.
Kathy was particularly patient and did a good impression of enjoying practice on the baby slope for a good few runs whilst the boys enjoyed the blue ...
... yesterday. As someone who has cruised, I have to say that it makes a perfect port. You can walk anywhere you would need to go, there is lots of shopping and places to dine and there are just enough activities to complete in one day without feeling like you missed something.
The best part of our visit yesterday, besides the picture perfect weather, was a show called Young Players. A group of about 20 college age men and woman, sing and dance their ...
... open, so we had 'off-season' rates. But it was a bit weird.
The upside for us was that there were NO MORE tourists on the Island. We really felt like we were left alone with the PEI people, but also had great times being on the beach almost alone. PEI is a bit of an experience. First of all it's not only an island but also the smallest province of Canada. According to the 2011 census, the province of Prince Edward Island has 140,204 residents. It is ...