When it was finally after 4pm we went and checked into our B and B. I can't say enough about how wonderful this place was. We got there just as they were serving afternoon "tea". Every day from 4-6:30 they had homemade cookies and cakes, ice tea, cold water or hot tea or coffee. It was just one of the many amenities. They had coffee and tea available at all hours. They had free bottled water and soda. Internet, DVD's to play in your room, etc. And the best thing was, they made us feel so comfortable and welcome. I didn't feel at all weird about going into the kitchen and making myself some tea or stealing left-over piece of cake for Hubby.
We had our coffee on the rocking chairs on the porch every morning and even had breakfast out there on our last day there.
After "tea" we went back downtown and browsed around and ended out at a place called "Geddy's" for dinner. I picked it out of the book because it seemed
cheap inexpensive. I learned that cheap isn't always best because they were really a pizza place and had arguably they worst seafood I've ever tasted. I vowed to go to a "real" Lobstah Shack for dinner on Thursday.