White Sands Motorcourt
TravelPod Member ReviewsWhite Sands Motorcourt Rustico
Rustic cabins about 10 min walk to the beach. Good family spot with a pool and firepits.
Not fancy but it does the trick
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... everyday lucky we only sleep in the room not spend all day there and even with the window open you can't get rid of the smell.
Finished the blog and checking emails when Richard surfaced from the bedroom after 7.00am good boy made a ground coffee this morning in the coffee machine. We seem to have showers the same time as the people next to us. Richard put the TV on while he checked his emails etc on his ipad and ...
... before breakfast and a showered. The people in the adjoining cottage were already up can hear the noise from their bathroom (Shower). We were thinking of staying an extra night here but with the views of both sides of the island being similar we thought an extra night in Hopewell Cape in New Brunswick would be better for seeing extra sights. Sent an email to Owner of Artisan Suites requesting an extra night so we will wait and ...
... Island (PEI) bad satellite reception at the chalet like the Internet connection. Time was marching on passed 8.00am when we wanted to leave I walked over to the Owner's place to get a printout of directions to the cottage on PEI but no-one home so I went online and wrote the directions down.
Richard checked the satellite map on his ipad and finally keyed in the town of Rustico where the cottage is and at last after a ...
... br> Charlottetown is a stop for the cruise ships that ply the sea coast which I was very much surprised about. They are big business for the city and their tourist industry.
Tomorrow I am going over the Confederation bridge for the first time and am very excited about that. I will be going up the coast of New Brunswick, over to the States and once more though the States except this time though the middle instead of the coast.
... much anything with Anne on it. The big edible treat for sale was Cow Chips. I wasn't sure I wanted to look at the ingredients on the label. It said they were potato chips covered in chocolate. I passed them up, fearing that maybe one in 20 was the real thing.
The other store we found open was the PEI Dirt Shirt Shop. All the clothing in this store was guaranteed to be dyed in the official red dirt of ...