Arbutus Cove Guesthouse
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... the indescribable basket of bread. This restaurant is celebrating its 35th year in business. We enjoyed a trio of musicians; live music is played Sunday to Wednesday every week. No wonder the place is packed! We returned home so I can pack and get ready for my return to Ontario, living in eternal hope that spring will arrive soon. Goodbye to another wonderful time in ...
... WOW! Another plus that we are looking forward to is, cruising with our good friends from Port Ludlow, WA; Robbin and Bill Prins. We sailed with them back in 2012 on the Prinsendam.
Since we live three hours from Seattle, we have to consider our options for getting there and back. This year Barbara convinced me to try a different “Door to Door” transportation ...
Woke up early for a change to a beautiful sunrise on the beach. Kevin and Charlie decided to split ways on a quest for food while I went to get my shoes repaired. Biked along Beach Road, which turned out to be a strenuous climb with a breathtakingly scenic overlook into the Pacific Ocean. Oak Harbor shoe repair was nestled deep into the woods down several gravel roads on Quiet Lane. The owner, Lily was a Japanese teacher for home school students and ran ...
... your way around to the end (you can find a map at this link if interested: http://www.butchartgardens.com/files/39 13/6079/5386/mapenglish.pdf). After wandering down a path from the beginning for about 5 minutes, the first 'garden' you come to The Sunken Garden... I have 3 letters for you - O.M.G... you come to a viewing area for the Sunken Garden and seriously, it took my breath away. Like I said, I am not ...
... love them. Also try a London Fog: earl grey tea with vanilla syrup and milk. Pretty sweet but delicious.
- Canoe bar (Swift St), great for live music on a friday night and they brew their own beer.
- The Sticky Wicket. One of my favourites. Located on Douglas St. Good dance area, places to sit and chat, pool tables and darts, as well as good music. Always very busy on weekends.
- If attending University ...