Singing Sands Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Singing Sands Inn Souris
Travel Blogs from Souris
... finally gave up! I went for walk through town and enjoyed the board walk by the water as well as the little town centre. Then Fred and I decided to have an early dinner and show tonight. We went to the Italian which was nice for me and average for him! But a nice change. Then we went to show..tonight a singing and comedy show...hits from 60s, 70s, and 80s in a show where ex singers are an advertising agency! Back to cabin for earlyish ...
... wooden tower was built about 1/2 a mile from it's designated mark. After a British war ship, Phoenix wrecked off the point, partly due to the poor position of the lighthouse, it was moved in 1885 to within 200 ft of the point. Because of erosion it was again moved in 1908 to it's present location! That's a lot of moves for one big lighthouse! We did a little dry camping here in the parking lot along with a vey large population of ...
... carefully you can hear it) http://youtu.be/CaW2goy2Sbw
Scientists don't actually know why the sand makes this noise, but think it may be related to the high quartz content of the sand. The beaches here in PEI are beautiful, peaceful and clean. We explored the beach, taking pictures of the cliffs and sand dunes. It doesn't get much more picturesque than this. It was too bad that it was so cold and windy. It would ...
... the ferry over to Wellington was beautiful. We sailed out of the Marlborough sounds so we able to enjoy more mountain views which disappear into the water making some really stunning reflections off the water. Thankfully the sea was calm so Susi could enjoy the crossing instead of feeling sea sick and after three hours we docked at a very windy Wellington harbour. I had a nice easy day enjoying a second view from Mt Victoria and the beach at Oriental parade while Susi charged around ...
... British people.’ I admitted I didn’t really know who was indigenous to my home country as I’d only really heard about the last few thousand years, but she chose to enlighten me with the pictures she’d seen in the aforementioned article that showed we looked exactly like bulldogs back in the day. Either she saw a picture of Winston Churchill, a cartoon, or an article printed on April 1st, but whichever it was I couldn’t ...