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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 ...
... cab driver, Michael, who offered to take us on a
cross-island tour including Green Gables territory for $100. Sounded like a
good deal, so we took it. Saw some beautiful country side plus the Gables.
Absolutely picturesque. Most of the properties looked like movie sets. Gorgeous
Back in town after a few hours and
had lunch in a little local ...
... this street had been renamed:
This unfortunate wharf was loved too much:
This town was named when a Frenchmen hit his thumb with a hammer:
Here is a street that everyone would want to ...
... system. I was beginning to think that we would enjoy our stay in Charlottetown so much and that time would fly by so quickly that it would only seem like we had been there an hour!
He also told us that the lady in the ticket booth at the exit of the garage would be gone for the night by the time the play ended (don't want to keep her up late!). He said there was a little box at the ticket booth where ...
... for us, because it was September, some of the more tourist-type traps created to cash in on Anne-mania were closed for the season. For instance, we didn't have to agonize if we were going to go to the Shining Waters Family Fun Park (shoot!). We also weren't able to take in Avonlea Village, a re-creation of Anne's town with costumed performers and the opportunity to learn how to play the spoons.
But what was still open ...