New London Bay Motel

Address: 10539 Route 6, Kensington, Prince Edward Island, C0B 1M0, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 10539 Route 6, Kensington, is near Shining Waters Family Fun Park, Acadian Museum, Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace, and Cape Tryon Lighthouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Kensington

    More of PEI in the rain

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 15, 2014

    ... sky seemed to be clearing a bit so when we stopped at three different beaches it wasn't actually raining. We were even able to eat our sandwiches by a wharf within the park. Each beach was different, some piled up with seaweed and others with pristine sand. It's just too bad it was such a dreary day. By the time we exited the park we realized we were pretty close to Charlottetown, so off we went to see what we could see. We ...

    Discovering PEI

    A travel blog entry by kkgreen on Aug 14, 2014

    ... was 26 C, but when we came to the coast it dropped to 23. We didn't have much of a plan, just that we would drive along the North Cape Coastal Drive and hope to see the ocean. Along the way we came across the Bideford Parsonage. This is a place where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived for a year in 1894 while working as a teacher. The house was owned by the church but was sold to a private owner who lived in it until ...

    The Confederation trail

    A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 10, 2013

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... Prince Edward Island's history. The show no sooner finished when a more detailed street show, complete with period actors, told the story of how Canada became a Confederation. Both were very well done and enlightened us on our Canadian history. Thursday ended up being the rainy day that the weatherman had predicted, so we spent the day doing laundry, playing games and packing up. Since we were almost completely out of food, we did take a trip to the ...

    This is the life!

    A travel blog entry by kcfarley on Sep 16, 2012

    4 photos

    ... iron concentration and oxidizes with exposure to the air. So this gives way to beautiful red cliffs and red unpaved paths leading to the sea.

    Similar to Nova Scotia, the first inhabitants of PEI were the Mi'kmaq people. They named the island Epekwitk, meaning "land of a million Tim Hortons coffee shops". While it could have been that, it really means "resting on the waves". I like that better than "Prince Edward". This was ...

    Anne's Island

    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Aug 13, 2011

    4 photos

    ... in the form of a holey caravan and 'squishing’ flying ants before we did a turnaround and headed into Charlottetown to hit some of the tourist spots. First stop was Cows Ice Cream, not only the best on PEI, but also the best in the world according to an Ottawa newspaper review, it even beat a Gelato-seller in Florence, coincidentally where Jessy had just returned from.

    With an array of ‘amoosing’ names on the board I chose ...