- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... south. So beautiful and green there. Really reminds me alot of Ireland. The farms, the fields and the immaculately well kept properties of all the residents.. Really amazing. So..first we noticed that almost every house has a 1 to 3 acre lawn.. Not exaggerating!! All perfectly mowed, not a blade out of place. Then we realized that we never saw anyone actually mowing or outside anywhere. We started to joke about the ...
... for the harbour front. We parked and discovered there was a place set up called the 'Celebration Zone', which has been set up since July 1st to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Prince Edward Island. We were able to hear a couple of Acadian bands because it was Acadian Day. We killed a bit of time there because it was pouring :(. When we finally got to the car, our next mission was to find a Cows ice cream shop - Debbie and ...
... it was sold to the Western Historical Society. They then gutted the house and found original floors and wallpaper. They did a wonderful job of recreating the house from 1894. Along the interesting roads of PEI we saw two really large Cavendish factories and a Humpty Dumpty factory. I might have to start eating more of this brand since I know they are made from PEI potatoes! And talking about potatoes, the island is ...
... 8 miles wide, about 145000 people. Has lots of trees in color, sand dunes, rocky shores, mussel and clam beds. Our driver Pieere was a comedian and a accordion player. Our Tour guide was a retired RN, so that can be a second career for nurses. The islands most famous person was Lucy Maude Montgomery writer who wrote the Anne of Green Gables, Her mom died yoiung she lived with her very strict maternal grandmother and grandfather who were Very strict, to escape she ...
... of homes. It was quite a sight!
By now it was about 4 and we hadn't had anything to eat since breakfast. At the cape there is a lighthouse (not a very scenic one and not open for visitors) and an interpretive centre for wind power as well as a nice restaurant. We went in to eat an early dinner/late lunch. Bob had jumbo shrimp with Parmesan cheese on the shrimp (which he said was great) and a PEI potato (which he said tasted ...