Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Jun 12, 2017 - Canada trip 2017

Wifi is so bad at campsites that I will catch up when back at home. We left Carrabassett on 6/6. Camped at Oak Bay and Fundy Headquarters last week. Day 7 finds us in PEI, instead of Cape Breton, which was original plan. In another week, watch for whole trip posts.

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Jul 28, 2015 - PEI Lobster

Day Two in PEI was a relaxing experience. Amberley and I started the day with a beach view workout and run and then we spent the morning at the beach reading, Emma doing some sketching and post cards and Cole flying the kite again. (No, still not really beach weather, but we roughed it out) We were off to New Glasgow for lobster dinner and stopped in at Mary's Bakery for some treats, because everyone knows how much the Cinti family loves dessert! Our camp ground for tonight was a very quaint and (in our opinion) 5 star campground in New...

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Jul 23, 2009 - Prince Edward Island #2

The Island is picturesque and friendly. We had one day of rain and, fortunately, that was the day I had booked our matinee for the Anne of Green Gables musical in Charlottetown. A first class production that all of us really enjoyed. We got James registered for the classes he wanted at Cap Univ. over the internet. We visited the Founders Hall and took an audio tour. Of course, BC wasn't in the picture yet, along with the prairies and the northern territories ... no wonder Ontario thinks they're the centre of the universe. It was...

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Jul 20, 2009 - Prince Edward Island #1

We traveled from Quebec City to Riviere du Loup, and then onward to Fredericton, New Brunswick. We stayed overnight there, and then headed to New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island. The drive to Fredericton took less than 6 hours, and was absolutely gorgeous. Riviere-du-Loup (Wolf River) is a French speaking town that has 15 waterfalls of varying sizes that generate its’ electricity. We stopped for lunch and visited the largest waterfall in the centre of the city. Onto Fredericton, traveling along the edge of a rainstorm. We drove along the...

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