Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
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... PEI is devided into 3 parts We have only done the centre part, I think you would need another week to do the other two sides. We have seen so many lighthouses we are now on the lookout for something else..Not sure what but I am sure Kaff will find something.
Tomorrow we head off to the rest of Nova Scotia, we were debating whether to take the ferry or go back over the bridge, I think the bridge will be the go as taking ferries involves a lot of waiting around. We have ...
... by the orange and blue colors of cell phone advertisements painted on virtually every home. No gorillas to report here though...
Charlottetown itself is a small laid back town with surprisingly good food. The old downtown core is well restored and most of the people roaming the streets are older tourists many of whom were brought here on cruise ships. There isn't much to ...
... nicely to the Boardwalk, a cleared decked pathway from K&C house round to a place called Brighton, a sought after place in town by all accounts. Being on a corner we took the brunt of the wind to our faces, but even if we did spead up it didn’t stop us catching a glimpse of the Governor’s house, more frozen sea and a nice little lighthouse at the end of the path.
A couple of days later Kathy drove us to see ...
... by way of the Prince Edward Island railway opening up the opportunity for greater industry in the area. Due to Georgetown having the Island's only deep water port which was largely ice free until late into winter (pre Canso causeway which has altered sea ice patterns), the town developed into an important port and it acquired a dedicated steamship service to the mainland port of Pictou, Nova Scotia with its vital railway connections to the rest of Canada. Industry in ...
... br> We headed to North Rustico to do some shopping and have dinner. We found a great shop full of handmade wool sweaters, mitts and slippers. Of all places, this is where we ended up buying souvenirs. We found beautiful mittens with fuzzy balls inside that are unlike any I've seen before. They were expensive, but worth every penny. The girls will think of this trip everytime they put them on this winter. We walked over to Fisherman's Warf ...