Dundee Arms Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Well today was a change of pace for us into the big city to check out what the heartbeat of Confederation looked like. We were not disappointed the old section is wonderful and the area is vibrant shops people all the good stuff.!!
Anyway took the dogs and enjoyed the sites then put them into the motorhome and then off for Lin and ...
... we were talking to said that. We had been commenting on the fact they were flying the US flag in honour of the fallen, with it being 9/11. He had noticed us looking and waved us over. Aoife and I ended up getting our picture taken in an 85 year-old engine ...like little kids haha It's not an overwhelming town, but nice for a change of pace from little fishing villages. *Again, this post will likely be edited to add more ...
In hindsight choosing Charlottetown as the place to wait out the weather for four days turned out to be a great decision. A town with no specific things to do but eat good food and enjoy a hundred and fifty year old mansion turned into a Bed & Breakfast is not a bad place to lay low. Located on a street full of such old homes and mansions only about a 5 minute walk from downtown ...
Due to a bit of an oversight with our planning, we arrived on Prince Edward Island before the tourist season. The hostel itself had only just opened for the year and there were delightful little piles of snow all over the place. In fact, a woman in the art gallery told us there is usually another snow in June before summer, and one of the hostel staff members said there was snow up to his chest a couple of months ago. I've decided I like Charlottetown but as ...
... paid our $17.50 at the bridge and crossed at about mid afternoon. Jo and I were starting to get tired. Both were starting to feel the effects of "red ***** monkey" syndrome. We drove down highway 15 toward Shediac. Jo had to stop in Shediac, as did I. I needed to get home by 4:30ish so the break was short but necessary. As we came upon the Trans Canada highway, Jo went right, I went straight. Now Buzz and I were truly alone... Of course I hit Moncton at the ...