PEI Accommodations for the Anne of Green Gables Fan

For this trip we split our stay on PEI between two B&B’s. The first in New Glasgow, a little quieter and less touristy, and the second in the heart of Cavendish, the touristy area. Our plan was to visit the heritage sites and spend our evenings relaxing at a quiet B&B with a Jacuzzi tub, and

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Good Eats: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island’s primary cash crop is potatoes. They also farm Mussels and oysters, and harvest lobster. While PEI is well known for their exporting of these products, nothing compares to eating these locally grown products fresh. Suffice it to say, PEI has lots of Good Eats because it’s hard to go wrong with fresh

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Avonlea Village, Prince Edward Island

Avonlea Village is not, as I expected, a replica of a historic village with actors in costume and character out of L. M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables series filling the street. You would think it would be, wouldn’t you? Despite being named after Montgomery’s fictional village, it is in fact more akin to an

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A Name Change!

Hello! It’s still me, but it was time to rename this blog with a more suitable title. I am proud to announce I have moved to a new domain that more aptly encapsulates the content of this literary travel blog. Meanwhile, I am still working on my summer travel posts so you can look forward

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Seattle Coffee Shop Musings

As Seattle is home of Starbucks, and I didn’t get my mug of tea before leaving for the airport this morning, caffeine seemed in order, so here are some musings while I sip my Breakfast Tea. I love to people watch. As I sit here in my airplane clothes (leggings, sweatshirt, jacket, Big Bang Theory

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Travel: To Prepare, or Too Prepared?

How much travel preparation do you do? Do you make sure you have housing for every night? Do you just wing it and hope you find a place? As you may have gathered from my last post, I have been preparing for my upcoming trip by doing my homework. I have used tourism websites and

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5 travel planning sites that might make you ditch the books!

Hello! I have returned! If you’ve been following this blog, you may have noticed it and related social media sites have been fairly quiet for the past few months. Unfortunately I can only blame this on sheer mental exhaustion caused by bullying coworkers. And I don’t mean the other librarians attempted to shush me one

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