Swept Away Cottages
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in an email, and I couldn't be more proud. I am one of those saps who gets a lump in her throat every single time our national anthem is played and who sings it, with gusto, like no one is listening. I've been fortunate to be able to travel lots outside Canada, and even as an official election observer helping in a small way to maintain democracy in ...
Sitting on a beach at Cavendish campground on the north shore of P.E.I. smoking a cigar and enjoying a nip of Ardbeg 10. ~310 miles today. Rode the Confederation Bridge onto the island. Charlottetown was cool. Reminds me of downtown Bloomington with water. Delicious lunch and more good beer. Craft beer local to the island is cheaper than the big name stuff. Ran some hard pack clay/gravel roads as necessary today. Not much other than the main roads is paved ...
A day filled with Anne. The girls love Anne Shirley and the stories by famous Canadian Author Lucy Maud Montgomery. We spent the entire day at the Avonlea Village in Cavendish. Luckily for us we stopped by the amazing travel information centre and got tips about making the most of our Anne experience the night before. Every 30 minutes or so there are open air performances of different scenes played out from Anne of Green Gables. When we walked into the ...
A sleep in a real bed! We did miss the fresh morning air but we were very happy with the warmth, and lack of tarp blowing in the breeze. It was a very relaxed morning since we were able to finish packing our gear the night before (thanks to the list of what the contents of each bag were on the way out, that process was relatively stress free too).
The only stress we had this morning was making sure we got to breakfast in time for the free ...
... a National site in itself. We also learned that L.M. Montgomery (the author of the Green Gables books) has been named a National Person of Significance for all of her contributions to Canadian culture.
After a quick introductory movie to orient us with the park (the movie was a little over the top with "girly-ness," and I was a tad afraid that Craig might walk out right then and there), we decided to wait for a guided tour. The tour was only about 15min, ...