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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the store owner about the area. She relayed that the Murray's came from Scotland and with a land grant got a parcel of land. Then the son also got a parcel and this is the area where we were now. We drove down the coast road where there was a graveyard and took a bunch of pictures. Sheree called her mother about one of the stones she found and they determined it was her great great grandfathers first wife Margaret and two infants that had died at 2 and 5 months. ...
... of the Confederation Bridge, what a ride, it's beauty of a modern day bridge but I still love the old covered ones best! We're on PEI and are headed up the North Cape Coastal Drive. Potato fields around every corner and the dirt is brick red! Only drove about 30km to Linkletter Provincial Park and set up camp right on the Northumberland Strait, a spot on the ocean with a red sand beach at our ...
... which always seem special).
On the way back to the campground we went in search of Internet to find out what was happening in Calgary and also to check emails. Back at the campground I took Nibsy for a walk and we talked t our neighbour who is living in Fredericton but is originally from PEI. He gave us some good tips on things to do on the island. People here are living up to their reputation of being very ...
... into see what there was to do in the area but it was closed. We found out later that it is closed all winter as no one really does much in this kind of weather.(Except the Australians) It is close to the beach and so is a popular spot to visit in the warmer months. The town is actually a French speaking town so when we went into the shops they were all speaking french. It is such a beautiful language, I could listen to people speak it all day. It just rolls off ...
... tall stones you see on the beach. Which leads me to believe that THIS GUY was flat on his back when he got stoneified.
After leaving the park, we went to a lobster fisherman that runs a boiler out of his process facility and sells lobster off his boats to people who wander in. So we ordered a PAIR of two pounders then sat and watched the tide go back out. ...