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Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
Three days until we leave for Spain, and we hear that another Severe Weather Warning has been issued for PEI and New Brunswick. Not only do they predict 25+ cm of snow, but freezing rain and wind. As we're flying Air Miles, we fly from here, to Toronto, to Montreal, to Paris, and then Malaga, ...
... was to the Harbour, in summer, a busy lively place full of, working boats, children, hustle, bustle and tourists from the many cruise ships docking, but in the winter guess what? Frozen! We could only get so far along before it was pure ice and turned back, we even saw men with chainsaws trying to cut through the ice and getting nowhere fast. The sky's were blue and the sun out so we didn’t mind it was still stunning.
... a 'spinach flan' (spinach processed into a flan shape) that wasn't edible. Very disappointing - we should have had the lobster which Helen had and enjoyed very much.
Of course, the dessert was good - chocolate brownie and ice cream - Princess does have very good desserts.
Tomorrow is our only at sea day so a chance to sleep in and lounge around the ship (more than usual, anyways) before arriving at our final port - Quebec City - on Saturday.
... in the 20th century with the development of the Island's only shipyard, East Isle Shipyard, and the introduction of the Island's largest saw mill. Georgetown is not the bustling industrial town it was during the 1900s but rather a sleepy, quaint and charming village for its 693 residents. Georgetown still attracts tourists such as ourselves, to admire some of the original buildings from the late 1800s or perhaps to catch a show at the famous King's playhouse during the summer ...
... south Red Sands Shore of the island amazed by the staggering beauty of red jutting cliffs and rolling hills stopping along the way to pick up Prince Edward Island honey and creamed blueberry from a little honour-system stand in Canoe Cove.
We were warmly greeted in true island fashion by Ryan, Christie and the Stetson family with a delicious lunch before sauntering down to the Northhumberland Strait to explore the red shores. From there we headed to the Chandler cottage ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking