Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... all became a part of our family, and filled our memories. We never looked at them as “servants” but as just hard working folks, far from home, trying to make the most of being away from their loved ones for an extended time, and giving us their all. There are all so many others; polishing, vacuuming, busing tables, and always with a smile and greeting. They are one of the countless reasons we will always sail with Holland America.
Last but not ...
... highway 101 to Port Angeles. It was quite the haul but we made it safe and sound. Got a place to crash and have a bite to eat around 8pm.
We were up at the crack of dawn to catch the first ferry over to Victoria. The BlackBall Ferry, a much smaller ferry on time and not too crowded which made for a more pleasant voyage. We ...
It's T - 3 and counting (in layman terms that means 3 days until takeoff on our trip).
There are a lot of things to do still before heading off to Ethiopia, but instead of doing them I am writing this blog entry. I think it's basically a coping mechanism where I avoid doing what I should be doing because ...
... hole, I have found my new beverage it is better than Canadian Club. Collingwood Canadian Whisky and is only brewed for a few short months of the year, hence I have to scour Canada for a Signature (BWS) to buy some to bring home, it is not sold anywhere else! It will be a real treat if I can get it. Off to do more cultural tours tomorrow, and on a zodiac looking for killer whales...so excited! Bloody cold here, Love robntrish ...
... and pictures of all those important in the law- and decision-making of the province of British Columbia were present. And of course there were plenty of pictures of Queen Elizabeth II, who visited the buildings quite some times herself together with her family.
We enjoyed our self-bought lunch at Beacon Hill Park, and made our way back to the Royal British Columbia Museum, where interactive exhibitions explain the natural- and human ...