July 9, 2004 (Fri) Charlottetown, PEI to Sydney, NS (Day 7)

Sights: Bay Ferry, Cabot Trail, Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Driving Distance: 227km

Accommodation: Delta Sydney

Driving along Cabot Trail
Bridge to Cape Breton Island after the 75-min ferry crossing from PEI to Nova Scotia
Scarecrow Village, Cabot Trail
Gorgeous scenery along Cabot Trail
Car transporter across St. Anne’s Bay to Englishtown, NS
Lovely harbour view from the suite at Delta Sydney Hotel

July 7, 2004 (Wed) Moncton, NB to Charlottetown, PEI (Day 5)

Sights: World’s Largest Lobster in Shediac, Parlee Beach, Confederation Bridge, Musical: Anne of Green Gable

Driving Distance: 164 km

Accommodation: Rodd Charlottetown

World’s largest lobster
Beautiful Parlee Beach
Amazing quilted landscape at PEI’s Visitors Info Centre
one “FOOT” of the Confederation Bridge
The 12,900 m Confederation Bridge
Watching the musical, Anne of Green Gable, at the Confederation Centre of the Arts
Setting of “Anne of Green Gable”
View of Charlottetown Harbour from hotel’s rooftop patio

July 6, 2004 (Tue) Fredericton to Moncton, NB (Day 4)

Sights: Hopewell Rocks, Bay of Fundy, Magnetic Hill

Driving Distance: 176 km

Accommodation: Delta Beausejour

The Old Bank Museum in Riverside-Albert, a Fundy Historic Village
Tidal change started at around 12:55 pm
The famous Hopewell Rocks at low tide (1 pm)
Hopewell Rocks at 1:09 pm
Hopewell Rocks at 2:39 pm
Hopewell Rocks at 2:50 pm
 Foot off the brake and our car rolled uphill in total defiance of natural law. Why?
Is it magnetic, an illusion, or simply a gravitational mystery unique to this area?