We decided not to hang around in Fredericton and instead just get ourselves to PEI today. The drive from there to Moncton was uneventful. There is really nothing along that highway--which is clear when the only road signs said Moncton and not a bunch of charming sounding little villages like we saw on the route so far.
After grabbing a much needed coffee in Moncton (this may sound unCanadian, but I don't really like Tim Hortons, I miss good coffee) we went up or rather down, or I don't know...to Magnetic Hill.
It was a head scratcher. We spent a few minutes watching the other cars trying to understand the illusion/science/magic.
Then it was more driving, with tempting signs telling us we were close to the Confederation bridge.
We made it to the ocean!
Feet in the Atlantic!
We took some time to explore the beach, skip some stones and take a bunch of pictures before the drive over the bridge (no photos of that because I was driving).
We drove to Summerside, checked in to the motel and went out to grab dinner. That lobster roll was yummy.
Then we explored a bit in town and at the shore; our motel is a short walk to a beach. It feels good to know we'll be at one place for a few days.