Orchard View Cottages
Travel Blogs from Rustico
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 ...
... The mussels here are a
favourite and the chowder wasn’t bad either. A wander through town confirmed
more of the same. The heritage houses simply amazing, each one nicer than the
Once back on board we sailed out
of the harbour under the new Confederation
Bridge. Was dark by the
time we got there but still an amazing sight. Fifteen kms long and ...
After a number of days getting up early and touring the island, we decided to have a "take it easy" day. We slept in and found a great little cafe called Samuel's for breakfast in Summerside. From there, we went to an art & cultural center and an antique store (10 rooms jammed packed with stuff!).
On our way back to our hotel, we saw a farm that was selling PEI new potatoes. We bought a small bag and Chris cooked them up for ...
... 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 ...
... the turn-off I’d spotted on the map, rather than go back I turned off and headed towards Tracadie Bay, a large area on the map that I figured couldn’t be too hard to navigate towards.
I turned off the gravelled road onto the highway and immediately right, somehow not registering that I was riding parallel to the trail rather than to the left as the map dictated, but once I realised I was another five kilometres down the road, and as it was a ...