Before buying a house on Prince Edward Island, my husband and I rented places all over the island. Whether we were staying in Tignish or Fortune, Rustico Bay or Souris, though, we always spent time in Charlottetown.
This historic city on the island’s south shore is known as the “birthplace of the Confederation” because it was here that, in 1864, a conference was held that led to Canada’s confederation. Today Charlottetown is a colorfully quirky mix of historic brick buildings, art galleries, shops, restaurants, and houses that range from dollhouse Victorians to glassy contemporaries overlooking the water.
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Source : HuffingtonPost.Com