Anne Shirley Motel & Cottages
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at the cashier. It worked really well and we were in an out in minutes, personal purchases included. We also had the chance to purchase alcohol from the liquor store, but I couldn't find anything that I fancied.
Anyway, once checked into the hotel, we fired up the BBQ and had baked potatoes, chicken, salmon, salad, chargrilled peppers and courgette. It was very nice. The only thing that spoiled it were the damn Mosquitos! Bit to smithereens... despite wearing a mosquito band ...
... again), allowed us to stay for only $15. We were the lone rangers, no neighbours whatsoever. Had the Park all to ourselves. Still bloody cold!
Next morning we headed off on our scenic drive along the world famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island's stunning coastline. Weather turned bad, which is quite common in these parts apparently. Sunshine on one side of the Island, then wind, rain and fog on the other side. Great ...
... minutes to drive across from Prince Edward Island to the mainland province of British Columbia. It is the longest bridge of its kind in the world. Up to 1997 ice breaker ferries were used for the crossing during winter. The bridge costs $44.50 for a round trip – the ferry that still operates from a different point in summer costs $70. The bridge goes in an S shape to save ...
... as bait to catch Cod. Which Aspen was successful at doing and Chantelle teamed up with Captain Andy to also catch a Cod successfully. Deryck, well Deryck was successful at catching the ugliest spikiest fish I have ever seen called sculpin. I should mention that Aspen caught one of these two. Our trip was done at 9:00 and at that time we took our very sea tired bodies back to our campsite to pack up so we can get an early start to head back to ...
... Edward Island. It is 12.9 KM!!!! It was crazy.
We arrived to a gorgeous landscape of farm land, lush green grass and tall shady trees, over hill tops and with a dazzling sea sight. It was so beautiful. I loved driving over the island to Anne Land.
We had dinner at a diner that wasn't too happy with us arrive in so late. (It wasn't our fault, we were on our way and then we caught site of the ...