Rowena'S Inn On The River
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in 1946 and has been a diner since then. So after a nice lunch of burgers, bacon & eggs, good meals but not large meals. In fact Chloe & Ian shared a meal because we wanted to make sure we left room for desert, for the main reason to visit this diner, it's pies, as in desert pies. It's a popular destination just for it's selection of desert pies and what a selection. The standard pies -Apple Pie -Bumbleberry Pie -Blueberry Pie -Cherry Pie ...
... to Gibsons where Ian's Dad was waiting for us. I think we get in about 7ish, so it was as I said a long day. Ian's Dad, Graham & his wife Anna, put on a very nice dinner for us, Cheese fondue, so we went to bed very full that night. On Thursday morning we went for a walk along Gibsons beach, where we think we saw a sea-lion swimming about 40m out from the shore. We're pretty sure it was a sea-lion because we could see what ever it ...
... had five other Canadians and us and our guide Will. We drove about 35 miles upstream to our starting point where we boarded our vessels, not really sure what we were getting into. The river started off gently and Will explained to us about the river movements, waves and whirlpools. Once again the scenery was stunning (apologies if I have overused that word in this blog, please insert your own amazing word) with dramatic rock faces and tiny birds flitting ...
... Upon closer inspection we saw that the expiry dates were up to two years ago - no wonder we hadn't been charged full price for the items! A little further up the road we cam across a diner - Fat Jacks - and parents overruled for a stop. Wow, we had stumbled across a real gem, homemade food, salads, beer - pleasant staff - saved us from eating out of date food!, Arrived at our accommodation eventually, another change of style. We were staying in an old house - 150 years ...
... Kaya and I walked through all the exhibits and the stalls. By three o'clock, I was scheduled to work at the ice cream booth scooping ice cream! We were scheduled from 3-7,and as I walked into the booth, it just started to drizzle! What a way to dampen the mood! :) it was so daunting at first getting used to all the different things that needed to be done! We had to scoop like 10+ flavours of ice cream, 3 flavours of soft serve, sundaes, milk shakes, ...