Cavendish Anne's Windy Poplars Cottages
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... At Twin Shores we saw the biggest RV park we had ever seen. There was not a tree in sight and the RVs were lined up beside each other for ages.
It was along this part of the coast that we made a slight error. We saw a sign that said Bakery. Instantly we started to think of meat pies and fresh bread rolls. Were we disappointed! It was ******. The guy said that the only Australian he knows is ???? as he owns WIN TV. They live at the same place in ...
... drove around the area and saw some awesome golf courses and resorts.
We then drove to North Rustico to find the Fishery Museum that was recommended in our guide book. As we drove up, we notice that the museum is located in the same building as the Skippers Restaurant so we decided to have lunch. We wanted a "light" lunch as we would be going to the Legion for dinner. Shirley ordered their clam chowder and I ordered ...
... enjoyed a stop at Campbellton, and then explored the picturesque Acadia coast - little houses were sprinkled along Scottish-like cliff tops. Everywhere in and around Caraquet there were lots of Acadian flags and people celebrating Acadia Day (time to reach for google to learn more about the Acadians).In places, the coastal roads were rough going. The Shediac Good Sam campground, close to a lovely Parlee Beach, was a lovely place to take a pause. ...
Before you are seated, you pay for the dinner combo you want. All meals include unlimited chowder, unlimited mussels, unlimited salad, unlimited dessert, tea/coffee/pop, and your choice of a main. The cost of your meal was dependant on your choice of a main. Craig and I both choose the 1 lb lobster, which was $31.00 each. It seemed a bit pricey at first, but with all of the extras included in that price, it really was a good deal. Other mains were ...
visited the homestead of Green Gables..
(a national historic site)
which begat Lucy Montgomery's famed redhead..
strolled down Lover's Lane