Birds of a Feather Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast
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Brilliant blue sky. 20C
After eating the cherries we bought at the Granville Island Markets for breakfast we headed down our street to the bus stop on Douglas St. We caught the 9 am bus which was a direct bus to Butchart Gardens. So easy and much cheaper than the coach often suggested. We showed our day pass, so it was just $2.50 each way for the 50 min trip. Wouldn't that be nice in Sydney!
It was so great to get there at that time as the coach tours hadn't arrived ...
... building. I wonder if there are any ghosts in there.
And the food! While waiting to be served, we got a small bag of house made potato chips, and the menu had a lot to offer. I went for the mussels with chorizo, he went with the healthier option of mushroom+bacon+cheddar burger... with a side salad. And though we didn't get a ...
So away we go...well kind of. Thanks to my superior planning we puttered to the nearest gas station to fill up our very thirsty little red wagon at 8:00am sharp. Although we just bought BCAA (also known as 'Nicky Fault Coverage' as I have a bad track record of locking keys in the car), Rob would not have been impressed with me if we needed to call them for gas at the bottom of our drive way! But, we made it!
Before I go any further in this blog I should explain our personality ...
... a few hummingbirds and got quite close before they got very territorial and tried to dive bomb us. The park was really nice and with lots of ducks and peacocks hanging around. Lots of people had there dogs so that was nice. They also have a petting zoo but it was closed for the season. We walked for over 2 and a half hours and got some nice photos of the downtown and all the old buildings ...
"The renown of the family owned gardens is widespread. Each year over a million bedding plants in some 900 varieties give you uninterrupted bloom from March through October. Almost a million people visit annually for spring’s colourful flowering bulbs; summer’s riot of colour, entertainment and Saturday Fireworks; fall’s russets and golds; ...