Super 8 Charlottetown PE
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fences so the house just sits in a green paddock. They all are very proud of their grass as it is always mowed and looks really neat.
We put up the tent and then headed out again to find some lighthouses. We found Blockhouse Point Lighthouse which was the best as it still had the old house underneath. No one lives in it but the light still is working. There were another couple at Port la Joy. These weren’t spectacular but the ...
... May. So although it meant Charlottetown was nice and quiet for me, it also meant there was nothing Anne of Green Gables related to be done. Nothing. I gave it my best effort all the same. Green Gables doesn't open until May and the tour company I contacted doesn't start tours until June anyway. Fine. Then I heard talk of a musical. Now I'm not usually one for musicals (unless of course it's The King and I) but the thought of an Anne of Green Gables musical excited me ...
In Charlottetown we were suitably dismissive of Province House, giving it a cursory glance and walking around the outside. Province House, it turns out was where the Confederation was signed, the birthplace of the nation if you like - we did take a couple of photos.
We even went inside St Dunstan's Basillica - Kathy Haines fist time- and oohed and ahhed whilstwarming up. A walk around the ...
... soybeans which our guide said has really taken off here. The fields are really red in colour because of all the iron in the soil. We did drive on a red soil road on our trip as well but the guide said they would never take the bus if it was wet/raining as the road would be very 'greasy' - his words. He said they get the road materials for highways from Nova Scotia as they don't have the right gravel/road making materials on the island. This tour did not ...
... We left Georgetown satisfied that we had gotten a good feel of the town, its people and its beginnings, and proceeded north along the winding coastal road passing many more quaint seaside villages along the way. We felt like the only people on the island as very few cars had passed us on the narrow and pot hole filled roads. We laughed about how our car rental policy had stipulated not to go off road but that they clearly hadnt taken into consideration PEI roads when they made ...