Dundee Arms Inn
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... to find you had to pay an entry fee to go to the beach. No way was I paying to visit a beach so we turned around. Later in the day we decided that we would go to the beach and as luck would have it it was later in the day so the fee collecting booth was closed! It was worth visiting Cavendish Beach. The beach was manned by Life Savers but only a few brave children were swimming in the freezing water. The beach had some sand but was covered ...
... us on a guided tour of 'Anne of Green Gables' countryside on the North Shore of PEI. We had brilliant sunshine and the most amazing weather for our day. Today was a highlight of our trip!!!!
(This entry was made before the problems with my ipad. Hope you enjoy the photos of my favourite day on the cruise!)
... Now, the big decision--to come back to the golf course for the best ever oysters Rockefeller and mussels or Eden's Gate for the seafood chowder--and we have another restaurant to try in town, Clamdiggers, and we haven't tried the Georgetown Inn's restaurant!! Decisions, decisions!! We were so full, that we all passed on dessert--a big decision in and of itself!!
We returned to the inn, and agreed to meet at breakfast (served between 8-9). See you at breakfast!!
We decided to take a short drive to Brackley Beach which is located on the shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is located in one of three Prince Edward Island National Parks. The beach where people can swim and sunbathe is very nice and reminds us of our beaches in Florida, all but the color of the sand and the rocks. There were a lot of people out enjoying the sunshine. We spent the ...
Tuesday 10th September: Forgot to mention a day or so ago that we had to put our watches forward another hour, so are now an hour different to Paula in New York. Docked at 8.30 at Charlottetown on Prince Edward Island– went ashore with the computers in the hope of finding WFI – a freezing cold wind blowing as we came ashore, then into the warm terminal which had ...