Rileigh's Retreat Cottages and Camping
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- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
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... Hartland and drove through longest covered bridge in the world. It was a long drive but we got to the Confederation Bridge over to PEI in time to see the sun on it. 13 kms long, build at huge cost and finished in 1997. We drove across the island to Cavendish (which is Avonlea in the Lucy Maud Montgomery books). Expecting lots of wind and rain in next few days so might adjust our plans a bit. Staying in two little individual cabins called 'Swept Away Cottages'. ...
... Music Festival and there was a definite party vibe in the air. The Festival schedule had included Keith Urban on Saturday night as well as The Mavericks.
There were shuttle buses running between the campground and the Festival until approximately 11pm so we were prepared for partying into the night. However, by midnight it was fairly quiet in the park, probably because alcohol ...
... ice cream and strawberries and 50/50 tickets in the hall basement to raise funds for local projects.
The second half of the show was as full of energy as the first and included a song played by the drummer on a saw! It was a recognizable tune done with amazing precision! The last set of the evening was as you would expect the pinnacle of the evening, and included Richard step dancing to his fast paced and precise playing. The second ...
... receipts to back up the adventures or you didn't actually go where you said you went. Which brings me back to a conversation I had while walking around the pond at Dartmouth. A level people get this. They are ready and willing to cowboy or cowgirl up and get the job done, put in the miles, endure the misery of getting where they need to go. And typically, they are willing to do it with a smile (or a sarcastic smirk). However, D and below level ...
... not so sure as there was a notice in reception saying no outside linen was allowed, not even teddy bears. As a result I spent most of my time blending into the surroundings. Which isn't easy when you're yellow, pink and purple let me tell you. Kate and I did a lot of wandering around Charlottetown. It is a lovely city and at this time of year a peaceful one too (see my note above about tourist season). We also ate in some good restaurants and met ...