Slemon Park Hotel & Conference Centre
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... had a 1.5 pound lobster. They started us off with hot delicious homemade rolls and butter, a large pail of PEI mussels, melted butter and clam chowder. Then salads - potato, coleslaw, and green salad with balsamic dressing. The main course of lobster come already cracked with more hot butter and for dessert, your choice of homemade apple, raisin, blueberry, mile high lemon meringue, cherry or strawberry shortcake with whipped cream and ice cream. Sheree had never ...
... don't have microwave containers for cooking it is bloody hard trying to cook rice in a casserole dish with plate on top but we do manage. BBQ chicken cooked on foil is so lovely and juicy went down well with the rice and veggies followed by pineapple.
While Richard was watching his DVD's I caught up with downloading the photos plus doing photos of some of the older entries so will try and catchup on some more tomorrow if ...
... and mustard.
We had packed a lunch and by about 3:00 we started trying to find a place to have a picnic. We finally made our way into Charlottetown and stopped at a park there.
We went to the tourist info centre in Founder's Hall for a quick wifi fix and then headed back to the campground. Although PEI is a small island we put on a lot of miles exploring it in the last couple of ...
... normal potato). I had seafood crepes and rice. You don't drive this far and then have the chicken! There was a local couple in the restaurant that were celebrating their 61st wedding anniversary. I spoke to them and she told me they had eleven children!
Afterwards we went to the interpretive centre/museum (which charged admission). They had exhibits explaining a bit about the origin of the settlers to North Cape and then ...
... other car. They were not quite ready so off I go ahead. The car I was driving was a manual, which is all well and good but I am driving in the passengers seat and changing gears with my right hand, all while trying to remember to drive on the opposite side of the road to what I do at home. As you can imagine I am a little nervous and very stressed. There is ice on the road and I have to remember to do a "tight right" or a "loopy left" These are sayings Nick and I use ...