Tucker House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everyone. I can only describe them as being similar to sea shanties as each time they are sung they are slightly different. He put together a great menu of antique songs where the group would ask questions and he would sing the response in song. I was fascinated, entertained, and left wanting more. It was our final night together and I was proud that the whole group got involved in singing the chorus of the songs (were were quick learners). ...
... Queen room - barely bigger than the bed it contained.
We went for a drive around the West, North and East sides of the island - checking out the whale watching beach - nothing spotted (apart from a porpoise) - but then again no-one has seen the whales for the last 2-3 days - so not surprising. Then up towards English Camp (Britain and ...
The BC Ferry arrived at 10:30 pm in Port Hardy. I hit a campground about 1.5 miles away and slept there. It was very quiet and I had a good nights sleep. Len (see pix) ran the place and among other things has a 1949 Dodge he restored and has almost finished 1960's era Ford Fairlane (I think). His son has a 1970's Mercury Cougar.
... and heating and had a very elaborate set up to pump water from their damn without it freezing.
We stayed with Ron and Lucy for one night before we set off to Ucluelet and Tofino to visit an old friend from Noosa, Nick. This strip of coast is very popular and both towns are really just small surf towns. Nath was able to get in loads of surfing and we went on a boat ride to the hot springs. We were hoping to see some killer whales but with ...
... Victoria is a really beautiful city and the capital of British Columbia. It is also home of Canada’s only seaplane terminal with its own air control tower! This is because the harbour is so busy with water traffic like water taxis, a pirate ship, cruise ships, whale watching and schooners. I found out that seaplanes once they have landed are officially a boat and have to give way to everything else!
We came around to the Fairmont Empress hotel which ...