The Sonata Inn
Travel Blogs from Charlottetown
... by the orange and blue colors of cell phone advertisements painted on virtually every home. No gorillas to report here though...
Charlottetown itself is a small laid back town with surprisingly good food. The old downtown core is well restored and most of the people roaming the streets are older tourists many of whom were brought here on cruise ships. There isn't much to ...
... are further proof of the fertility of the soil.
Kevin, our guide, took us, on a cross island tour. We explored the beautiful north shore with its red cliffs, Anne of Green Gables house, Cavendish, Brackley Beach, both South and North Rustico fishing villages, Covehead Light House and PEI National park. Along the way we passed mussel farms and learned how they are cultivated.
80% of the mussels consumed are cultivated in the island's ...
... see and a unique sight at that. It was I imagined like having Uluru next to the sea at sunset. Just spectacular. We couldnt stay too long to enjoy the view as we still had one more sight to see before the sun set and our day was done... The Rocky Point Lighthouses. Now whilst waiting for the ferry to PEI i scoured all the tourist brochures and found a PEI magazine which had a dedicated section on their famous lighthouses. In this section were some magnificient photos of the ...
... walk from the farmhouse. In 1942 just after her death, L.M. Montgomery was declared a person of National Significance by the Historic Board of Canada.
From seeing Anne and drinking some of her very tasty raspberry pop we headed off to Charlottetown, the capital of PEI. The town itself is nice and we had a pleasant walk around and visited Province House. At Province House the first meeting was held in 1864 by the province / states that eventually ...
... but there was one slight problem. It was still pouring rain, and our rain coats were in the car. We tried to talk about other things to keep our mind off of our bladders, but as soon as the rain seemed to let up some, Craig shot out of the tent, grabbed our coats, and we practically ran to the bathroom.
We really didn't want to pack up the tent in the rain, because we were going to be spending that night in a hotel, so our tent wouldn't be able to dry out before ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking