The Sonata Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Anne of Green Gables. The relatives still live and run the place although the owner has donated it to the Province. We walked through the Haunted Woods, (Jenny wasn’t scared at all), from the original house site, to the house they call Green Gables. This house was owned by relatives. All of this gave L.M. Montgomery the inspiration to write all her books. It is a beautiful place.
At New London there was an amazing scene looking down over ...
... must offer a lot for So many people have been and continue to be drawn here, and once here, decide never to leave, and begin to call this their home away from home, until a second generation know it only as home. I was born and raised in Ontario along the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario. By chance, I have an ancestry that goes back on one side a third, and on the other a sixth generation, one one side a United Kingdom ...
... an adventure. Supper was at the "Pilot House" with friends Leona and Bernard. Woke up overnight (3:00am) with a swollen throat, a reaction to the feather bedding. They have to go ! Meds time. The ladies program for the day is much more exciting than the men's . While they are in their session in the morning we get to sleep in then get up in time for lunch with Mr Mayor. After lunch it's off to a Mall Crawl at 2:00pm and martinis at Mavor's located ...
... along it (as the name implies). We arrived at Basin Head carpark and noted a few cars in the carpark...so apparently we arent alone of this coastal drive as we thought. We walked down towards the beach and crossed a small bridge over a channel where the river joined the sea. On crossing the bridge it was interesting to see the contrast in landscape. On one side there was the deep red soil with rich green shrubbery and on the other side there was pale yellow, almost white sand ...
... agreed to put me up for a night or two. Initially, I had cold feet a little, I don't like to impose. But Eileen is the definition of easy going. Once I sorted myself out a little, we headed into town for dinner. By this time, the rain and wind outside was indescribable. Let's say it was coming down at 45degrees like in Vancouver, but bucket-loads. I was not much of a wine drinking pal this evening, after couple of glasses, I was ...