Stanley Bridge Country Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The wind shifts directions a lot up here. I can look out our north facing front window and check wind direction from the wind generators across the bay. They aren't turning much this morning though. This afternoon we headed back into Summerside to see the Tall Ships which came to port as part of the Founder's week celebration commerating 150 years of the Confederation conference leading to the formation of ...
... Potatoes are the main industry on the island and they pride themselves as having the worlds best tasting potatoes because of the iron in the soil. The soil is indeed very fertile and I think you could grow just about anything here. There were fields of Tulips where you can go and pick your own and the blueberries which grow wild are incredibly tasty. Not like the tasteless imported things we get at home. The other night at our hotel in ...
... Anne of Green Gables stops so I guess that's another plus!
For dinner, we had to wait almost an hour for our 'anytime dining' table. Not what I would call anytime dining. After all that wait, the meal wasn't worth the wait. Andy and I had a Thai wrap appetizer - all vegetable with tofu - which we didn't finish - Andy just ate the rice paper wrap! Then three of us had the beef wellington which, itself was ok - but the sides weren't - overcooked ...
... time of year has to offer is more our style. We were fine with putzing around the island checking out beaches, light houses, red dirt roads, enjoying good local seafood in quiet little restaurants and breakfasts at our B&B that were beyond decadent.
We have put on over 1500 Kms on this little Corolla that has quickly become our own comfy little car with water bottles, snacks and wet hiking boots splayed along the back seat. Ryan has been a trooper in the car, ...
... a parking garage should be a snap, right? (or "eh?" as our neighbors to the north would say). Unfortunately not. A security guard motioned us into the garage and showed us where to park. We did not have to pick up any ticket to get in. I asked the guard how payment worked. He told us to keep track of how long we parked. The fee, upon leaving, would be $1 an hour up to a maximum of $7. Wow! - a parking garage on ...