The Sonata Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the fishing boats were coming back in. Maybe they were tourist boats back from deep sea fishing as the wharf had lots of signs up for tours. Back in 1850’s there was a storm that lasted for a week and when it was over the debris and bodies from wrecked ships was all up and down the coast. Many sailors died.
In North Rustico,we went down to the harbour and a group of kayakers were just about to depart. There was also a lighthouse there and a ...
... information center to find out all about the days celebrations. We headed down to the fun zone down on the habour front where they had lots of neat things set up for kids to do. We got some free paper flags and Canadian pins and bangers, it was a nice atmosphere. Next we walked to Victoria Row a street blocked off for pedestrians. It's lined with small shops and nice seafood looking restaurants. Next we walked to the ...
... drive and we were there, still in daylight. Matt had promised to learn to ski, but on seeing the slope decided it would be too much fun on a board, and hired one, Kath was not impressed and said he was scared. (You will never know Kathy).
We started on the small hill with a magic carpet transporting people to the top. This was Susie’s first time skiing after a couple of days lessons indoor three years ago, leaving her pretty ...
... After soaking up the scenery we continued along the coastal road on our way to Souris for lunch. We passed a turn off for a town called New Zealand which provided some material for our own private comedy routines. By noon we were in Souris and our bellies were grateful. Before seeking out a place to eat we stopped by the Souris Historical lighthouse. This lighthouse, constructed of wood, was built in 1880 on what is known as Knight's Point. Unfortunately, being off season ...
... yet to come, including travelling on a lobster boat and learning all about them. I'm touring lobster central on America and Canada's eastern seaboard, where it's so cheap as well, and I can't have any! How unlucky is that?! Luckily, lobster wasn't the main reason I came on this tour. No, we were heading right towards that reason now, and I felt my excitement growing as we drove onto the ferry and crossed the Northumberland Strait for about an hour to reach PEI shores. I ...