Shaw's Hotel and Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... variety of items and the local pottery is very well done....
Gas is $1.04
Our first trip to Charlottetown was to Sobey's and ever since the GPS has routed us through there no matter where we were headed!!
Whenever I have a question for our hostess and express confusion she replies 'oh, its the Island way' - a handy answer for most everything!!
Sunday morning we leave for the Wood Islands ferry - its about an hour across the Island - 75min
travel - onto ...
In hindsight choosing Charlottetown as the place to wait out the weather for four days turned out to be a great decision. A town with no specific things to do but eat good food and enjoy a hundred and fifty year old mansion turned into a Bed & Breakfast is not a bad place to lay low. Located on a street full of such old homes and mansions only about a 5 minute walk from downtown ...
... yet to come, including travelling on a lobster boat and learning all about them. I'm touring lobster central on America and Canada's eastern seaboard, where it's so cheap as well, and I can't have any! How unlucky is that?! Luckily, lobster wasn't the main reason I came on this tour. No, we were heading right towards that reason now, and I felt my excitement growing as we drove onto the ferry and crossed the Northumberland Strait for about an hour to reach PEI shores. I ...
... We should be alright.
So bags are checked through to Phuket...boarding passes and seat assignments look good. There are four more airports we will have to pass through before we get to our hotel room.....four more airports and 11 time zones. The journey started in fine style with a quick hop to Halifax in a beechcraft 1900 commuter plane....only 18 seats and a clear view into the cockpit....the smallest plane we will be on by a long ...
... being the british.
Fast forward about 15 years to when, a British officer was captured by the French and taken back to the Fort as a prisoner. This is the funny part and shows how the rules of war have changed - in those days, it was considered improper to imprison an officer, even an enemy,so they just bunked him down with the French officers and gave him the run of the Fort. Naturally, he strolled about and saw the inadequate defenses. Several ...