Rollo Bay Inn
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... we hopped back in the car and continued on to PEI. The bridge is about 16 km long, and then you drive straight into PEI. We were excited to get our final province sign (yayayay!), but couldn't seem to find it as we drove off the bridge. We were wondering if we just missed it, so we pulled into the Visitor's Centre to ask. Turns out that PEI DOES NOT have a province sign!!! We were fairly disappointed. And apparently we're not the first people to ask this question. We decided ...
Cabot Beach with it's lighthouse, red sand bluffs and beautiful sandy beach was a wonderful place to start the day! A little beach combing for treasures to fill our pockets and then we were off to travel along the Green Gables Shore. Our first stop of the day was Hostetter's Viewscape at French River. A beautiful scenic stop where you can see the farm meet the tide. The vistas stretch from farmland to harbour to sea! At New London we ...
... dollars. The bridge opened in 1997 and is a quick and easy way to access the island. It's not cheap to cross. It costs about $50 to cross on the bridge with an RV, but you only have to pay in one direction. If you want to save money, cross to PEI from New Brunswick on the bridge (free) and then return on the ferry (cheaper than the bridge I'm told). We are taking the bridge both ways for the convenience.
**Fun Fact ...
... 140,000 residents and almost half of them live in the capital of Charlottetown. While it seems small on the map (only about a 3 1/2 hour drive from the farthest west point to the farthest east), that's on the more straight roads in the middle of the island. Once you start taking the coastal roads, you can easily spend a day just touring one of its four main sections.
So let's get the geography and history lessons over ...
... sale, especially in the country. It seemed like every second house had a for sale sign on it.
- There are A LOT of skunks - thankfully, we didn't see any live ones, but we saw tons on the road and smelled quite a few
- Islanders love their lawns - they are perfectly cut and HUGE.
- Islanders love their churches - there was a church around almost every corner. And they even have signs stating "Church Traffic" to warn that you are coming ...