New London Bay Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... 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 world. The majority of Cows stores are in PEI. They are also famous for their funny t-shirts, which make fun of current pop culture. For example, I saw one shirt that said "Fifty Shades of Moo," and another that said "Moomoolemon." We didn't buy any shirts, but we did enjoy a delicious ice cream cone. The tour was also fun, and we got to sample Cow chips (potato chips covered in chocolate), cheese (Cows starting making cheese in 2006), and ice cream (their famous ...
... each turn we made on the island.
The home we are staying in was a cute, cottage rental with two bedrooms, two baths and a sweeping waterfront yard. After a long drive, we spent the day relaxing on our waterfront property. Unfortunately, we arrived to late to get advice from locals and could only find a grocery store that sold basics. So on an oasis of seafood, we ate cheeseburgers our first night. Oh well, there's always tomorrow!
The day trip to Charlottetown started good; both Cheryl Lee and I were armed with each a GPS system, lap top, camera and chargers for everything.
The city trail I had previously taken hours to logged-in by co-ordinates into my GPS somehow malfunctioned and led us both nowhere and confused. Neither prayers or swearing worked. Of course, I had decided to trust the machine and left my lap top and maps at the beach house, so we landed winging it, again. ...