Here are some pictures of the Island as we slip into late Fall.
Side view from the West of Province House, the Legislative building of Prince Edward Island built by Isaac Smith in 1834 in the Georgian style so in fashion then. The big sculpture 1864 refers to the famous Charlottetown Conference of September 1864 when Canada as a unified country was discussed. Charlottetown Birthplace of modern Canada.
The Old Faculty Building of the University of Prince Edward Island.
Quiet beach as Sunset on the Atlantic in the Fall
The Old Kirk of St-James (presbyterian) c.1770 on Fitzroy Street in Charlottetown.
The Great George Hotel on Great George Street, said to be the best hotel in the Maritime Provinces. Family owned, the Murphy’s bought all the old historical houses on their block and made it all into a beautiful boutique hotel.
Looking towards the mouth of the Hillsborough River and the Strait of Northumberland with the mainland of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia on the horizon.
From the foot of Queen’s Street the Hillsborough River and harbour of Charlottetown.