Mayfield Country Cottages
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As it turned out, the B& B we stayed at in GlacÚ Bay (an old convent built in 1902) didn't have any ghosts that we could see. But our room did have a second set of stairs that lead into the lower levels, but we did not follow it. We did hear that there was a tunnel to the old church & possibly the priests house next door. GlacÚ Bay is where my (Jim) mother's family came from after arriving from Scotland. It was a coal mining area & ...
... needed to repair the safety cables which took a beating on Friday, and on a bit of a reconnoiter trip.
I generally love cities that are on water, and Charlottetown is no different. And it provides a historic backdrop that as a political activist adds a whole dimension and seems a fitting place to spend Canada Day 2015.
Unfortunately Province House is closed for renovations so I was not able to visit it on this trip. ...
... bikes were ready. The nice, young man asked where we were from and I said Australia and he said why no accent. I was crushed. Despite 27 years in the antipodes I sound too foreign to be a Yank and not "strine" enough to be an Aussie. Cath said maybe she and Jude should have done the talking. It's not fair!
Drove to Cavendish near Green Gables and checked into the KOA caravan park. KOA stands for Kampgrounds of America. Has a Hitler Youth ring to it, but it is actually a ...
... the roof repaired and there was scaffolding on the front of the house. The two ladies that run it are exeptional hosts and have decorated the place very tastefully. It's no wonder they had rave reviews on Trip advisor. NB: Poutine is the national food of Canada and consists of french fries topped with cheese and gravy. It's quite disgusting in its usual form but the lobster one had a white sauce with bits of lobster in it so didn't look quite so ...
... The visit to Anne of Green-Gables National Historic Site was very interesting - we saw the farmstead featured in Lucy Maud Montgomery's novels. Also took a stroll down 'Lovers Lane'...which was just delightful. We had a lovely walk along the Cavendish coast inside the National Park, and hoofed it back in time to catch a Ceileidh. The group was called the Ross Family, and they were superb. The two sisters, Danielle and Stepanie played the guitar ...