The Inn at St. Peters
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for docking stations. Nick was starting to get a bit tetchy and I couldn't understand why he was so keen to get back to the apartment. I was all for spending the evening in town cycling around exploring more of the city. He eventually persuaded me to head back at about 6ish. When I got back to the apartment I discovered that the door had been left unlocked all day and couldn't figure out why. Nick disappeared to park the car when suddenly there was a knock at the door I ...
... of the ship and ultimately her sinking which did not do much to lighten our mood! Another special tour we took was the famous Bushmill"s distillery just five miles away from our cottage. Enough of the manmade highlights, the natural highlights we were anxious to check out were the Giant's Causeway- our final UNESCO site of the trip and the only one in Northern Ireland- and the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge a 60 foot suspension bridge between ...
... and Georgetown (Montague is about 12 km from Georgetown) and that lead to a lot of the early and current development. Montague is the larger town.
I returned to the inn. We decided to try Clamdiggers for lunch, then we would figure out dinner. Later, lunch at Clamdiggers was excellent--AGAIN! Oh, the choices!!
We napped in the afternoon and finished our laundry and re-packing . . . for ...
Tomorrow morning we leave Prince Edward Island. The parting is bittersweet. This has been a nice time of rest and learning to appreciate the simple beauty of the landscape. Sadly, there is a part of all of us that misses the 'doing' and so we are ready to move on and get to the next thing. I say sadly, because for me at least, I find 'being', instead of doing, a difficult thing. Partly because I grow bored, partly because I find it easier to find worth in 'doing'. ...
... walked thru a big terminal with little kiosks and PEI greeters handing out walking maps. We walked around historic Charlottetown for a while enjoying the very crisp morning, the beautiful old buildings and character homes. Rob picked us up and toured us thru his own lovely home and one of the spec homes he's building during which time we saw the countryside around Charlottetown and Stratford where he and Ann live. Then he took us thru the Provincial Park, the sand dunes, ...