Beacon Inn at Sidney
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Woke up to a stunning view of the Strait of Georgia from our bedroom window and the view from the kitchen of the local harbour was just as impressive. Brenda had left us a load of home- made scones for our breakfast and by the time we'd finished, Brenda was back with coffee and a mass of her running friends. After spending too long chatting, Brenda joined us on our ride to ...
The siren call of the French cycle paths (and the food & wine) has been heard. The ponies are pawing the barn floor, ready to head out on another European "en plain air" adventure. This time we are flying to Frankfurt, taking a train the next day to Baveria in southern Germany where we will meet up with Galiano friends and cycle touring mentors, Donna & Werner, in the little town of Meersburg on Lac ...
... be ready until midday and it was only 8.30am in the morning. With 3 and and a half hours to wait we found a Tim Hortons Coffee shop and chilled for a few hours updating blogs and attending to facebook and any new emails. Tim Hortons for those that havent been to Canada is a huge coffee chain that appears to have shops on every second corner. Unlike starbucks their coffee is passable! When the time finally came to pick up he car we returned to ...
... probably with winter winds and snow in mind.... Anyway, it was fun, and we went back down and met Bunny, then took the sea bus, a train and a bus back to the ferry terminal, and we are now sailing back to Victoria on the 7 pm ferry. Have to pack up our bags again on our return to Sidney, as tomorrow morning we take the Clipper back to Seattle, where we will be met by Ann and Lisa ...
... and all four of us were captivated by the displays of British Columbia from the first natives through the modern day. It was complete with totem poles, sawmills, mines, and a replica of Victoria through the years, complete with a mini movie theater where the girls enjoyed Charlie Chaplin films and a train station where Diane got excited every time we heard the train whistle and "chicka chicka"-ed like a train until she got distracted by ...