Cycle-Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... were unpacking our gear at the Helm's Inn, located just off the harbor. Despite the sun still hanging low in the perfect blue sky, it was around 11pm in our circadian internal clocks and our energy levels were waning. We headed for the harbor in search of food, snapping photos of parliament, totem poles, and The Empress Hotel. We settled on The Flying Otter where we shared many beers, and some Fish and Chips. The sun set and we headed backed to the inn for much needed ...
... blast! Fortunately a fairly quick 20 minutes, because after 5 minutes or so you are all settled. Having a good meal you take off to bed, chat and laugh for a while with your best friend and then fall asleep.
Saturday 1st of March, around 7:00 and other people wake you up. At I don't know what time you decide to get up and go for breakfast downstairs. Spending half an hour there, it's time to get ready and leave for a ...
... beds so high that you have to treat them like a high jump. Well I do coz I'm so freaking short - I have to get people to help me get stuff out of airplane overhead lockers! Anyhoo, I digress.
I really needed a hot chocolate so I went to Mirage on Government Street and got a VERY hot chocolate... I had to actually use on of those things they put on the cups, something I don't usually need to worry ...
... 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 ...
... a dog who turned out to be the biggest pansy despite being a ridgeback x. Got told that on the Indian Reserve right next door it was fairly commonplace to see the natives out shooting, totally drunk! Which Sarah and I both thought hilarious till we were told that no, everyone actually ran and hid in their respective vans every time this occurred!
Next day we were dropped into the city via the scenic route that, even in the ****** overcast weather, could tell ...