Dreams to Sea Cottages
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... that, we checked into a campground but didn't set up, wanting to leave for dinner and one last ceilidh tonight in the nearby town of Stanley Bridge. We shared a great haddock dinner (no need to take our fish oil supplement lately) with a water view - lobster boats coming and going.
The ceilidh was held in the Stanley Bridge Hall (see picture from the website) and was performed by the ...
... in PEI. Summerside features a street called Glover Shore Rd (see photo of me in the pouring rain). After lunch and a short walk around we were off to the Confederation Bridge that would take us to New Brunswick and then onto Nova Scotia and our stop for the night a charming old house now a hostel in Wentworth.
The bridge is impressive at over 8miles long. It costs $45 CAD to cross but this includes the ferry we took earlier over to the island so it’s not so ...
The drive along the Quebec side of the Ottawa River and our visit to the city of Montreal were really interesting. Our campground at St. Jerome, north of Montreal, enabled us to catch a bus to connect with the metro. It was the longest metro journey all underground we had ever experienced. We got out on the edge of Old Montreal at Champs De Mars, right behind the city hall. From there we walked to the square where we found a little outdoor restaurant ...
... as I got ready in the bathroom.
We did a quick round of dishes (so much easier when there is a communal dish sink), and got ready to check out the PEI Preserve Company that we had heard so much about. The shop was about 20 min away from Cavendish, in New Glasgow. The sky was threatening rain, but we didn't have any on our drive.
We weren't long at the Preserve Company, but we squeezed in some tastings and left with two jars: raspberry champagne ...
... We had ate at a popular bar-restaurant, ending the day with ice cream from Cows. Then we strolled through the quiet streets, bumping into two robots, before getting back to the car and driving home.
Back in Halifax, I wanted to catch a glimpse of the nightlife. There is about one or two small blocks of bars and clubs. Very small compared to what I'm used to in Montreal. At Pizza Corner, ...