Hemingways By the Sea Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... an even eaten and/or stayed there but we have not walked the town to see the stars. Merritt is considered, or deems themselves, the country music capital of Canada.
We were on the road early which was nice to beat the heat. The Coquihalla was not so bad. I think the climb from Kamloops to Merritt is actually worse or ********* the vehicle. Forgot to mention we noticed a little crack in Harvey's windshield yesterday morning. Don't think it could've ...
... favourite mode of transport (Aquabus) for another five minutes until we got dropped off and made the short walk to Spinnakers, pausing as we did so to admire a very picturesque sunset that was lighting up Victoria harbour very attractively.
Spinnakers rescued all of the previous disappointments accrued by The Docks. Great atmosphere, really well staffed by people who knew what they were doing and excellent beer and food to boot. We even got ...
... with Tom @ Starbucks;
11) Lunch with Mair @ Empress Hotel Indian Buffet;
12) Dinner with Ross & Ann @ Rumrunners in Sidney;
13) Lunch with Dave @ his "showcase" house;
14) Lighthouse Brewery;
15) Five ferry crossings;
16) Chemainus, self-tour of town murals;
17) Beacon Hill Petting Zoo with Arwin ...
... our vans for all of us to journey 30 minutes to the Gardens. We drove through rural areas of Victoria and turned off onto an empty theme park type driveway. There was no one around at 9:30 AM and several teens were the only ones around to direct us where to park. The place had obviously been built to handle large crowds, but they just weren't around.
The rolling hills in the area were filled with pine trees and there was green everywhere. When ...
... went over to the IMAX theatre and saw a film on Sharks, which was very informative then ventured back into town for dinner.
We had another early start the next morning as we were travelling across by ferry to Seattle. This meant we were crossing the border back into USA and we would have to go through customs and immigration again.