At Water's Edge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews At Water's Edge Bed & Breakfast Port McNeill
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... you care to eat! Brittany has a dairy allergen so the chef indicated what she could and couldn’t select – surprisingly some of the items we thought would have dairy did not, but some we thought didn’t actually did. She had plenty of choices!
We ordered 4 pizzas for the table which seems like a lot, but keep in mind I have two young men for sons who can eat their weight in food and still not gain a pound. I managed to eat ½ of my ...
... is the state capital, you can't drive to it. Skagway has a population of around 800, but with 5 ships in port, the population rises by 10 000 for the day. Did a bus trip up the pass that the prospectors had to climb on their way to the Klondike. They had to climb 3000 feet to the top of the pass, and the Mounties would not let anyone proceed unless they had a ton of supplies per person. This meant that most miners had ...
... us how red cedar bark was woven with stinging nettle to make nets and rope used to harvest salmon hundreds of years ago. He was also in a somber mood as one of his Chiefs had passed away late last night. After receiving a call on his radio, he hopped back on the zodiac and raced off to protect the Robson Bite. We passed the fresh salmon around on a large piece of bark and were pretty happy with ourselves.
The paddle back was easier than fighting ...
... dinner in the kitchen we spotted more marine life approaching from the west. "It's dolphins!" "No, Orcas!" We debated as they approached. We both ended up being correct as the pods slowly worked their way into view. The dolphins moved on and the entire camp became enthralled with watching the killer whales. We saw a cow with a young calf following a bull who lead the way well out front for several minutes. They eventually got close enough that we could make out ...
... out to walk along the lake – I think it was originally an railway track… going all the way to Woss… and today we are the only one exploring it and get some exercise in.
Like a good tourist we visit Telegraph cove and camp on the pricy “concrete” ...