Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
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... the PEI National Park and enjoy the nature that PEI has to offer. We stopped at Sobeys to get lunch and supper supplies but were amazed that they didn't sell any local seafood or potatoes! I’m not going to PEI to buy Mississauga potatoes. We passed the Cavendish farms and McCain factories and the whole area smelled like French fries. It was heaven. We started looking for local farmers to buy potatoes off of. We saw a sign for local potatoes and pulled off to the side of the road. ...
... s just say we lost 5$ and at the end they reveal that it's all a hoax. What losers !! We debated getting our money's worth by sneaking into the zoo and water park next door. We asked ourselves: "what would guido do?" And then proceeded to the road. We have been a little excited for this next spot! Confederation Bridge !! The longest artificial bridge in Canada. This was a big moment for Guido!! Mama mia, il ponti di confiderazione! A 16km ...
... one lifeguard was set up directly in line with the jumpers, with no sight of the actual swimming area. I guess this wasn't the first day of jumping in that particular location. It looked like fun and if I were to be swimming I likely would have joined the fun. Nothing like jumping off a wall before being swept out to sea in a decent current.
From here we made our way to our campsite for the night and set up our tent. I asked ...
... from Avonlea to another setting. The show began with a young group of girls, most of them locals we later found out, singing and dancing a brilliant song about having the new Mr Blythe as their teacher. It just kept getting better, and I couldn't keep the smile off of my face, I'm sure the others were the same, but I refused to tear my eyes away from the stage long enough to check! The girl who played Anne was brilliant, they all were, and as for the guy who played ...
... 2 years.
The Newfoundlanders are apparently the butt of many jokes in this area and we were treated to a number of them in the bus: Here are the best ones - feel free to replace Newfoundlanders with your favorite group to insult. Newfoundlanders are called "newfis" for short.
1. Did you hear about the newfi who wanted to go to Toronto. He came to a fork in the road and there was a big sign that said "Toronto Left" so he went home!