Charlottetown Stroll

Yesterday afternoon I took a stroll around downtown Charlottetown PEI, Canada. Charlottetown is where the founding fathers met in 1867 to form the country of Canada, referred to as the confederation of Canada.  Before that is was British territory. The big difference between the forming of Canada and the forming of the US was that the confederation of Canada was accomplished without killing anybody.

Following are some random pictures That I snapped as I was walking around town.

Kent Street

A view down Kent Street

Confederation Centre of the arts.

Confederation Centre of the Arts. And no,that is not a typo, Centre is the correct Canadian spelling. This is the centre for live theater including the famous musical “Anne of Greene Gables”

Queen Street

A view down Queen Street.

Water Front

The Water Front. This is a great gathering spot on a sunny summer day. Lots of shopping and dining in this area.

St. Dunstan's Basilica Cathedral

St. Dunstan’s Basilica Cathedral. A very impressive Catholic church. The current stone structure was rebuilt in 1916 after a fire.

The Gahan House

The Gahan House a brew pub on Sydney Street

Churchill Arms

And I finished my stroll with a pint at the Churchill Arms, a British style pub on Queen street.

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