Eden by the Sea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... about 13 degrees today so it was a wee bit chilly! Made friends with a cute little duck as well, followed me up and down the jetty :) We saw a sign for a Nature Bridge was got all us excited so we ventured on to find it. Turns out it's a campus for school camps so that was a little embarrassing... No pictures today though, too busy driving and used my camera ...
... be staying at the New World Millennium Hotel. Attractions during our extended stay will include The Wong Tai Sin Taoist Temple, Bird Street and Flower Market, the Chi Lin Nunnery, a 10 course Chinese Dinner, lunch at the Jumbo Floating restaurant, shopping at Stanley Market and a ride on the tram to Victory Peak and views of the city. Then it’s on to dinner at Bubba Gump’s Shrimp Company.
On our ...
... early night as we have got an early start tomorrow.Another fantastic day.
Friday 30th May
Set off early today for the 45 mile trip to the gorgeous Port Townshend for our boat trip to San Juan Islands and whale watching breakfast at bay view restaurant with its spectacular views stopped for speeding again this time 40 in a 30 zone but he lets us off with a warning thank god I couldn't afford to keep getting tickets.Drive down to the picturesque harbour for ...
... Built in 1920, it certainly is a British influence.Gra and I went to the Imax theatre-just had to see the Shackleton Antarctic drama unfold on the big screen-lots of black and white Footage from Frank Hurley interspersed with incredible huge screen video of the Antarctic glaciers and ice floes. Some of the footage of the gales on those seas made me a bit seasick! The we went to the special exhibit at the Museum ...
... US . . . but the system was prepared to accommodate them.
The ferry crossing was a little bouncy . . . and after about a 1/3 of the way, we were in fog . . . until just before getting to Port Angeles . . . (the fog horn was blowing and they had extra watches posted) . . . got off OK, lots of ramps and dragging bags and walking. Called the Enterprise car rental operation (first time I have used them, they would take AX certificates) . . . they sure try to sell up on ...