Brass Bell Floating Bed and Breakfast
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The scallop shell is the pilgrim badge of the Camino de Santiago. According to legend the apostle once rescued a knight covered in scallops. Alternative versions are that while the remains of St James were being transported to Spain, his body fell into the water and was washed ashore covered in the shells, or that a groom on horseback emerged from the ...
... anything that appealed to us, so we mainly read and watched tv all day, and ate, of course! That's about all there was to do! LOL
We finally began seeing land about 5:30 p.m. while we were at dinner. We sat with some really fun people--a family of 3 sisters with their dad that were from Portland, Maine and another couple that was from Chicago. They were telling me that their flight home didn't leave from ...
... going to be super, super cool, we're not only performing in Disney but also doing workshops (in the recording studio) and touring "behind the scenes". We are also spending a day in L.A. and at universal studios, and seeing a concert (Hugh Masekela) at the Disney concert hall (a Frank Gehry building, now I sound like Dada talking about architects and all).
More to come later,
... of broken glass out of her foot that got missed in the clean up. All in all the night went fairly well, minus those few mishaps...
The next day, Saturday, we roamed around town, got some yummy bubble tea and booked our rental car for our Sunday trip to Tofino. The rest of Saturday was pretty chill with some roaming around town, delicious vegan pizza for lunch and movies in the evening.
We got up fairly early on ...
... a few more punters from their hotels, we were off, headed for the Tsawwassen (try saying that when you're ****** !) ferry terminal which was about a 35 minute drive from Vancouver city. Unlike my Rockies tour, I was sharing this one with a whole lot of old crusties, with the exception of me and a lady who was travelling with her 14 year old son. To be fair, they were all pretty friendly though. Once at the ferry terminal we had about a 45 minute wait before ...