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Road trip day today! Picked up another cute little Ford Focus, yes Father - another Ford! They're growing on me. We made it to Port Angeles, the drive was a lot smaller than LA to San Fran - but equally as great! Got all checked in and went to find Lake Crescent. It was so pretty and the water was so clear! It would have been a bit nicer on a sunny day, it was ...
... hotel; the Sheraton Macau. Then in the evening eating at the Feast Restaurant in our hotel which features Chinese, Portuguese, and Western dishes. And if we have anything left in the tank we can explore the nearby casinos. The highlight of the next day, Oct 24th, will be lunch in the Macau Tower at the revolving Café 360 Restaurant, before our 4 PM return to Hong Kong.
During our time in Hong Kong, ...
... days to pay I will now slow down for the rest of the holiday,we get back to town and go to Jasmine a Thai restaurant and I have the spicy chicken which is delicious and HOT HOT HOT Jackie had the prawns in garlic and white wine sauce which is also good and a little less spicy.
we go back to Joshua's bar where we tell the locals about our day and our speeding adventure meet a lady from Victoria Island who was a musician and lives in both Canada and the US a few beers ...
Jennifer's day off so we all went into Victoria to check out the city. It's not a huge city but it's well set out, very British looking and on a beautiful harbour. On BC Day apparently, they have a floating pontoon in the harbour and the Victorian Symphony Orchestra play a free concert-1812 Overture complete with cannon fire. Would be great to see. Jennifer took us through the Fairmont Empress Hotel-old but ...
... service!!! Snug; quaint; sort of like a speakeasy!! (I guess!!) And, the music was good, too (recorded).
The building has a fascinating history . . . built in 1918 as an engineering school . . . to train blacksmiths and mechanics for a Ford Motor Company plant . . . then it morphed into a garage (the MarQueen Garage) for 50 years or so . . . a developer purchased it . . . and 14 years ago this hotel was born . . . the Tin LIzzie Lounge has only been open about a year.