Cavendish Lodge & Cottages
Travel Blogs from Cavendish
To get to Prince Edward island is free and you can either take the ferry from Pictou which is closer to Cape Breton and then explore the island and take the bridge back which is also cheaper by car than the ferry. So you only have to pay when you leave the island :)
When we left Pictou the sunset was amazing but then we ...
of things we only just squeezed under!
Quiet night tonight. Not taking in
a show, just happy hour, dinner and bed. Keith and John stayed up a little
longer to watch the ice sculpting and dessert extravaganza. Brought us a
chocolate coated strawberry back each. Not telling what they consumed while we
weren’t there! Nothing we are told. Yeah, yeah.
... We found out that it leads to a beach infested with sand fleas.
And finally, we found our moose! However, he looks strangely familiar.
One more full day to come. We have to make it back to the Halifax airport by tomorrow night. But we're planning one more side trip before heading home.
... to Summerside and got Chinese take-out for lunch. We came back to our motel and ate our beef with snow pea pods and scones (I assume we were the first and possibly last humans to combine these two into one meal).
We then headed out for an afternoon and evening on the town - Charlottetown, that is - the capital of PEI. Charlottetown has about 65,000 people or a little under half the population of all of ...
... for her Anne books. The home was wonderfully restored and decorated to look like what is described in the Anne books - including bedrooms for Anne, Marilla and Matthew.
Just so we wouldn't forget that we were still at a tourist attraction, one side of the nearby barn was made into the Butter Churn Cafe. Here you are able to get an official Anne of Green Gables raspberry cordial. It tasted very similar to raspberry ginger ale, ...