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PEI is a small province, and a province we should have never have gone to. Especially on such a nice day. The best thing about the province is that it takes about 3 hours to drive across. We started at a Provincial Park right off the ferry from Nova Scotia and the park was about the size of the park next to the Toronto ferry docks, which is very much not a provincial park. Then we went to a winery that advertised, but didn't offer tours or anything like that. Subsequently, a whole lot of nothing until Charlottetown, which has a few Anne of Green Gables-themed stores and a few other stores. Finally we took the confederation bridge. Sue was driving, and when trucks would pass in the oncoming lane she was a bit scared because the car would get blown a little to the side. Confederation bridge itself is long (and expensive, with a toll of $40 to cross, but cheaper than the ferry which is close to $70) and offers good views of the sky, but not much ocean because there's a 3 foot high barrier on the sides.

Posted by chrisvasil 01:01 Archived in Canada Tagged automotive

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