Cycle-Inn Bed and Breakfast
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I wonder if the local eateries realise how good the Hop on Hop Off bus is for their business....we usually pick a venue that we see on the way. We have been spotting the Swan Inn on our rounds and so we settled on this as the brunch destination of the morning. We did call in to the Fudge Shop and Chinatown to stock up on supplies for tomorrow's ferry adventure. Our Chinatown adventure was made complete with a walk down Fan Tan Alley - the narrowest trading alley in BC. The ...
... good and free just outside of Estella.
Our last day with Jessica I treated her and Mom to tea at The Empress. It was an elegant affair where we partook of three different teas (we could have tried five), five different finger sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream, and five different dainty desserts. We ate off of the Royal China and tried to do so with as correct a posture as possible. It was all very good, and the service was excellent, and the live piano player was lovely. ...
... called Twassennen. The bus drove on by 11am, and the crossing of the beautiful Georgia Strait took an hour and a half. The islands were clearly visible in the distance as we sailed toward them. It was a gorgeous day, as you can see by the photos, and a sparkling sea surrounded pine clad islands with steep slopes. Sailboats began to dot the waterways as we moved between small islands, many of which seemed free of human habitation. The ferry is huge, and there were many buses ...
... got pretty wet. The boat slowed when we came to some rocks covered in sun basking seals, our captain taught us a bit about them before moving on to the next rock, covered in huge sea lions. These were clearly his favourite and he taught us the differences between the Californian sea lions and the bigger black ones which we can't remember the name of. The sea lions were very musical while we watched them. The black ones had a low burp sounding song and ...