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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the otherside of the road was a small marina and you could charter a boat and go deep sea fishing. There were a lot of people in this area as they have huge campgrounds and a big Golf Course.
The countryside is just magnificent. To see it from the air it would look like a checker board as the fields were purple bright yellow with Canola then Bright green with potatoes then dry wheat. Everywhere you look was a post card picture. I have my neckbrace on now from ...
... May. So although it meant Charlottetown was nice and quiet for me, it also meant there was nothing Anne of Green Gables related to be done. Nothing. I gave it my best effort all the same. Green Gables doesn't open until May and the tour company I contacted doesn't start tours until June anyway. Fine. Then I heard talk of a musical. Now I'm not usually one for musicals (unless of course it's The King and I) but the thought of an Anne of Green Gables musical excited me ...
Years of repeat views of Anne of Green Gables had got me (Susie) really rather excited to finally see Charlottetown, Avonlea and of course dear Green Gables. Naturally I was disappointed to remember that Green Gables and Avonlea and even Anne are fictional. Thankfully Charlotteown and PEI are not.
Like the rest of Canada we have seen, it will be a completely different place in summer, but the Island is still ...
... in the 20th century with the development of the Island's only shipyard, East Isle Shipyard, and the introduction of the Island's largest saw mill. Georgetown is not the bustling industrial town it was during the 1900s but rather a sleepy, quaint and charming village for its 693 residents. Georgetown still attracts tourists such as ourselves, to admire some of the original buildings from the late 1800s or perhaps to catch a show at the famous King's playhouse during the summer ...
... Wowy). Part of the "fun" of the tour included wearing dorky Cows hats...these will not be coming home with us. For our ice cream cones, Craig got Messie Bessie, and I got Mooey Gooey.
After our visit to Cows, we headed into Charlottetown. Charlottetown is a very quaint capital city. It is by no means a big city, but I enjoyed that because I felt like we saw quite a bit of it just walking around. Unfortunately it was smoking hot out, and very humid (the air ...