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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodd Charlottetown
It's a beautiful hotel, over 80 years old, so it has the old world charm, but all the modern facilities a tourist could possibly want. The location is so close to the Main Street in town, and a short stroll to the waterfront. The rooftop garden is a delightful surprise, with excellent views offered over the town and harbour. Staff were friendly and efficient. Breakfast was great. What's not to like?!
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She also gave us some facts about PEI, the smallest of Canada’s Provinces, in terms of land area and population.
It is known as the "Garden of the Gulf" referring to its pastoral scenery. Primary industries are much like those of the other Maritime Provinces: farming (potatoes), ...
... as our apartment was ready to be moved into. We got started at that process right away and as of now we are starting to get things in order and organized. We have been squeezing in some visits with friends which we were really happy to see again!
After maybe the worst winter most people can remember here spring has arrived this weekend. The golf courses are opening and things are turning Island green! Everyone ...
Monday we sailed toward Prince Edward Island and on Tuesday we docked at and our excursion was a coach tour of Charlottetown ,a scenic countryside drive enroute to Green Gables Heritage Park part of L M Montgomery's Cavendish National Historic site which has become famous as the inspiration for the setting of the classic tale of fiction "Anne of Green Gables" While there we ...
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We then drove back to Argyle Shore Provincial Park to see the red bluffs that are prevalent along the southern coastline of the Island.
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... but he agreed to be in one picture with me in Lover's Lane!!
After our tour of the grounds, we relaxed in the shade (it was another very warm day) with a Raspberry Cordial (very popular in the books). As we left the park, Craig spotted a man with a cat on a leash. This sighting created the most excitement in Craig from our entire visit to the park, so I've decided to include a picture of his find, as this was his highlight.
From Green Gables we ...