Super 8 Charlottetown PE
Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
... parked at the parking lot of the old terminal. You can still see the yellow painted rows the cars used to line up in. The bank to the terminal is a good spot to see the new Confederate Bridge. I miss the ferry. So I continued through Murray Corner to Murray Beach. The road turned toward Hwy 15 and went through farmer's fields. I was riding by the tractors mowing the fields. I will remember the smell of the fresh cut grass. A quick run down Hwy 15 to Cape Pele. Buzz was ...
... The Island is 140 mile long and between 4 and 40 mile wide. Agriculture (potatoes, grains, beef and dairy), fishing (oysters –wild and 2m lbs harvested per year – mussels -75% of Canada's supply and also lobster fishing) and tourism in that order are its main industries.
Elizabeth a retired teacher was our guide and did a fabulous job – showed us ...
... five wigwam-inspired structures which interpret and tell stories on a broad range of Mi'kmaq history (a must see!)
We met up with the Stetsons and Chandlers at Sim’s Corner to dine on their delicious mussels and frites and PEI lobster roll. Then, for dessert- because what’s a proper lunch without dessert? We headed to Cow’s Creamery at Peake’s Wharf. They have over 32 flavours including a chocolate cheesecake made from fine cocoa imported ...
... between 65-88% fruit, that officially he wasn't allowed to label it as jam. Apparently if it's jam it can't have more than 25% fruit. He'd developed a recipe using what he'd learnt of his mother and grandmothers techniques, but greatly reduced the amount of added sugars, and introduced different alcoholic liqueurs into the mix. They also make a range of other savoury spreads and salsas. We got to see the process firsthand through windows looking down onto the preserves making floor ...
... after talking to Sam for a while and caught them just as they were finishing up then Nik and I walked back to the house. We headed into town and caught up with Sam and her fiance Chalen at Hunter's for lunch. I had a philly steak sandwich and Nik got a crazy poutine concoction with Kraft dinner on top. Sam and Chalen headed off and Nik and I walked around town a little and along the boardwalk by the water until it started to rain. The town is fairly small but the whole ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed