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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... in May. So the afternoons we relax in our lawn chairs and soak up the sun… which we actually do until the last sun rays goes even if we have to move our chairs.
A bike tour Paul’s way
Today the plan was to go for a bike ride… after Paul used his new little machine the tires are hard and ...
... a large town consisting of lovely parks and marinas. Also prominent are heaps of condos - it has a residential feel about it rather than a holiday atmosphere. The sand on the Island beaches is generally quite course and dark compared to our beaches. The beaches, like the one here, can also be very stony in places We're amazed at how many trees and huge logs wash up on the shoreline. - I suppose ...
... town built around this concept...or from a Torontonian standard some may refer to this as a village or pit stop as there really isn't much else there except for an icecream store and a couple pottery stores) a walk along Qualicum beach and through Cathedral Grove (a forrest conservation on the island which houses some of the largest trees you will ever see...takes about 6 people hand to hand to wrap yourselves around the trunks of some of these ...
... out there were some crazies on the road today. One woman kept honking her horn at us from behind (while we were stopped at a green light waiting for the car in front to turn across traffic before we could go). Then she drove up beside us yelling furiously out her window with all kinds of wild hand gestures. She actually looked loopy too - she truly reminded me of Cruella De Vil haha. Then as we were driving down a suburban street another lady whipped open the drivers door ...
... back to the Blue Mountains. There are several lookouts where you can view the valley and see the magnificent rock face cliffs. One viewpoint overlooks 3 large spires which are named the three sisters. At another lookout, we walked down this long winding path to a viewpoint that looks over a large valley. We got there just at the right time, as there was a spectacular rainbow right across the valley. I will try and post one of the pictures for this blog.