Armand Heights Bed and Breakfast
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... to come out into the light of an open field. Very cool. Stuff happened on the other side. Very interesting. But that is for another communication. In the evening Paul brought an amazing guitar musician to the resort. Paul had discovered Perter Jack Rainbird playing his music on a beach boardwalk on Vancouver Island some years ago. He helped launch Peter into a career where he now plays his etherial music all over the world. Next ...
... Rupert we enjoyed an experience of the local tribe of First Nation people with a tour of their museum and some tribal dancing. The Tsimshian people are very hospitable so they invited us to a feast, where we enjoyed local salmon yet again - best yet I think. Then it was another some-roofed train trip en route to Prince George with fabulous views - waterfalls, rock faces, eagles, lakes and the freedom to move around and chat. This tour keeps getting ...
... here. But it's still very different from the Dutch beaches. On our way back we both felt that our bottoms were aching from the seats. It was even harder to go all the way back home then getting at Miracle Beach.
When we were (finally) back the girls were getting ready for their first real performance of this week. I helped them put on some makeup and after supper I went to yoga. Next week will be the last time for me to ...
... 163;6, $10 London Zoo: £18.60, $30.75** Kensington Palace: £14.50, $24 Sherlock Holmes Museum: £6, $10*** London Film Museum: £13.50, $20.30** Keats House: £6, $10 Now I know I won't get to all of these things but the ones with a * are the ones higher up my to do list for this trip. Thanks again ...
... of British Columbia) and the Empress hotel (opened in 1908). The city's Chinatown is the second oldest in North America after San Francisco's. All this are shown in the pictures included in the entry below. Known as the "City of Gardens", Victoria is an attractive city and a popular tourism destination.
Had a great by long day with our return ferry 7:30pm, back to Port Angeles and through US Customs and the drive home about 10:00pm