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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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Friday, 12th July, 2013 The date had to be mentioned, I'd been waiting and dreaming of doing this next leg of the tour since first reading Anne Of Green Gables when I was about 11 years old. It was the major reason I'd booked this particular Trafalgar tour. Of course, everything else I'd experienced had made the trip so worth while, and that would …
Cornwell Day 2: We had serious fire envy in the campground last night. Each site has an old wheel rim to use as a fire pit, but as we have no camp chairs we are only using the bench table & stools set we miss out. We had a couple of young lads behind us last night and they were drinking and I was thinking Oh dear.....However they took themselves off somewhere else and I didnt hear them come home, Kathryn did however as they decided to move their tent but one of them was so ...
... Although we were more appropriately dressed yesterday, as it only reached a maximum of 7 degrees we only lasted a few hours wondering the town, enjoying some lovely gardens and gawking at some pretty impressive houses and buildings before retreating back to get warmth of the boat. Tomorrow we spend the day cruising down the St Lawrence River, and then the following day we will be in Quebec, where we have booked another bike ...
A little farther down the beach road there was a cute little lighthouse surrounded by a moat of ice, which quickly turned into Matt’s personal dance floor (fortunately he didn’t fall). The other side of the road, by the bridge was Richard’s fish and chips, closed in case you were wondering, and a little collection of little huts for various rentals and eateries. You could see it being really nice in the summer. ...
... re ready to come home, it's still a bit sad ending a trip.
On our way in to Charlottetown, we passed by the Cows Ice Cream Factory, so decided to pull in for an ice cream cone and a factory tour. Cows Ice Cream is a fairly famous company, which originated in PEI back in the 80's. It only offered vanilla ice cream for the longest time, but now has 30 or so flavours, which are absolutely delicious. There is only one Cows location in BC, up at Whistler, with a few ...