The Sonata Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We slept in today since we had a late night last night. We headed into town for gas. We got the coach ready for depart for Prince Edward Island. We took the 1:00pm ferry. We were told to get to the ferry 40 minutes before departure. We got there right on time and we were the last to load on the ferry. At one point, I didn’t think they would get me and this 18 wheeler on. But they packed us on. It was a nice 75 minute ferry ride. ...
... in her own company and nothing seemed to phase her - even the long massive hill she had just climbed. Whilst in Tadaoussac we have been out on a boat and spotted a fin whale - it was absolutely freezing cold and poring with rain. We have also had a lovely walk up a mountain the following day in lovely warm sunshine, how this weather changes from day to day! We have also managed to watch about 12 beluga whales in the bay, they live here all year round. Moving west to Quebec ...
... br> Our next stop was North Rustico Harbour and we watched some canoers take off for a paddle around the Bay . The colours reminded me of Broome as the coastline was that rich red earth colour, just beautiful. We had wasted so much time dawdling we decided to head straight to Cavendish. First stop was L.M. Montgomarys place. Of course there is nothing but the basement rocks left of this house the Author grew up in with her Grandparents, but the family still live out there on ...
... just a huge lawn. We thought Ontario lawns were big, PEI's are bigger & we frequently see folks on their ride-on mowers. We joke that in the winter they shovel snow & summer they ride their mowers!! We saw waterfront lots as cheap as $37,000 for 5.5 acres & houses for $65k!
PEI is 224 long from west to east, with north south width that varies from 6km to 64km. We drove most ...
... hideaway was just what the doctor ordered.
The drive here from Moncton was short and uneventful. Crossing the 32 km Confederation Bridge - the building of which, at least in my opinion, has brought PEIs status as an island into question - took us into a different world. Unlike the forested mainland, this is a world of rolling hills, neatly carved up into farms and fields ...