The Sonata Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... on the otherside of the road was a small marina and you could charter a boat and go deep sea fishing. There were a lot of people in this area as they have huge campgrounds and a big Golf Course.
The countryside is just magnificent. To see it from the air it would look like a checker board as the fields were purple bright yellow with Canola then Bright green with potatoes then dry wheat. Everywhere you look was a post card picture. I have my neckbrace on now from ...
There was a bit of a snafu when I planned this trip and decided to visit Charlottetown in April. Don't get me wrong, I really liked Charlottetown. The people were friendly, the hostel is definitely in my top five that I've stayed in (top three actually as I'm having a hard time thinking of another two I would go back to), and the city itself is pleasant. It was also not open. Prince Edward Island seems to shut down in winter and only really wakes up again towards the ...
A little farther down the beach road there was a cute little lighthouse surrounded by a moat of ice, which quickly turned into Matt’s personal dance floor (fortunately he didn’t fall). The other side of the road, by the bridge was Richard’s fish and chips, closed in case you were wondering, and a little collection of little huts for various rentals and eateries. You could see it being really nice in the summer. ...
Today we were off to explore the popular east coast of Prince Edward Island (PEI). The PEI tourism board had cleverly created a detailed brochure and map which divided their small island into a number of different regions, each with specific scenic drives. It made deciding what to do whilst on the island very easy. After surviving a hectic but free breakfast(which included tasty banana bread) in the quaint but pokey kitchen which was filled with what seemed like every guest in the ...
... down or the excitement wears off, my mind is wandering to the next thing. This is sad, because I have found that many times on this trip, instead of engaging in something with the kids, or paying attention to the things around me, my mind is off planning the next adventure. I know I am missing out on so much, and yet, I feel unable to stop it. The plus in all of this, is that I am more aware, and so I have been asking God daily to help me to live in the moment. ...