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 ...
... We rode back and wandered around old Quebec City. It was totally impressive ... many quaint and beautiful buildings, reminding us of Montmartre and Edinburgh. We walked along the famous boardwalk below the ornate Chateau Frontenac hotel.We drove Rimouski along secondary highway 132, paralleling the south shore of the St. Lawrence River (deciding to not take the quicker highway 20, even though Myrtle wanted us to). Despite cool, rainy weather, ...
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
... after talking to Sam for a while and caught them just as they were finishing up then Nik and I walked back to the house. We headed into town and caught up with Sam and her fiance Chalen at Hunter's for lunch. I had a philly steak sandwich and Nik got a crazy poutine concoction with Kraft dinner on top. Sam and Chalen headed off and Nik and I walked around town a little and along the boardwalk by the water until it started to rain. The town is fairly small but the whole ...