Like previous trips, the words in the following posts will mostly be by Lori and the pictures by Bram Travel day is always a little stressful. This one a bit more so for me due to me being anxious about transporting our expensive bikes via airplane. My worries were not completely unfounded. Though our bikes arrived along with the rest of our luggage, my box was a bit beat up with a couple of hole in it from the wheel. Once we got to the B & B, Bram immediately assembled it so that we could see if there was any damage. There doesn't seem to be, yay! Our first stay in Charlottetown is at a quaint Bed & Breakfast called Spillett House. The owner Barb so far seems to be just the right amount of friendly and not in your face. We will also be staying here at the end of our trip so we can store our suitcases and bike boxes here for the duration. We decided that a local seafood dinner was in order for our first night. The Water Prince Corner Shop comes highly recommended from several sources. We decided to share a traditional lobster dinner that came with a huge starter of mussels. Here's the cute restaurant.
...and the lobster.
We finished the evening with a short walk to the waterfront for ice cream from Cow's Creamery, supposedly the best ice cream in the world. They might not be lying. I think we will go back. Tomorrow. :)