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A drive around Prince Edward Island...south-central shore...the waterfront street of the quaint village of Victoria

In June we travelled by rail from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Montreal (Quebec) where we spent five nights. We then took an overnight train to Moncton (New Brunswick). Next we drove to Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), and flew home from Halifax.
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gemstone

They do preserve the old buildings here...and they must have a height restriction as we didn't see one high rise in PEI...6 stories seems the norm for most office buildings in Charlottetown...I think our hotel was 10-12 floors and it was the highest building in my "good-bye" PEI puzzle.

EllaMB

I'm glad they're still homes. I hate to see all the old homes being used for commercial purposes, but sometimes it just has to be.

gemstone

No, they are still homes, Ella...although some may have become apartments. A server at our hotel in Charlottetown recommended that we visit Victoria as she lived here. She was young so if she didn't live with her parents, she must have had a small apartment and these were the only type of buildings there. However, the chocolate shop behind the green house was a former home that has been turned into a small business...making chocolates, serving hot chocolate and sweets, etc.

EllaMB

Were these once houses, but now shops?

gemstone

Thank you, Ardy. Ken snapped this one...under direction, of course. LOL ;DDD

ringleader

I remember houses being very colorful like these. I see the lighthouse at the end of the street, Nice photo. Thanks, Faye. ♥

gemstone

To the right would be the view of the beach I posted yesterday...and even better, right behind the green house is a hand-made chocolate business...ohhh, the lovely aroma! ;D

JillianB

That would have some view from the top deck of number 21. Lovely thanks

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