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William and Kate In Prince Edward Island: The Best Places Not On The Royal Couple's Itinerary (PHOTOS)

The royal newlyweds arrived Sunday night in Prince Edward Island at the Charlottetown airport, where a loud 'Yay' was heard as the couple's plane touched town. Later, about 2,500 people packed a boardwalk outside a seaside pub to get a glimpse of Prince William and Kate, who spent about 40 minutes meeting journalists at an informal gathering.

The couple's P.E.I. itinerary includes a visit to a national park and Province House, as well as a search and rescue demonstration. Not that maritime safety isn’t important, but what would they do if they weren’t the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge?

If they could spend a few days as an ordinary young couple, where would they go for the best food, entertainment and plain-old fun? This list would be a good start:

With a file from The Canadian Press

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