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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews French Beach Retreats Sooke
Travel Blogs from Sooke
... a shuttle we got a reward in the hotel of Port Renfrew- burgers and fries. While waiting for the shuttle we met a guy who just finished the West Coast trail. He also had to fight rain and cold and hills and mud, but also steep ladders, two ferries and dangerous creek crossings - in total his trail took 7days. We do not know if we would make that, but Juan de Fuca was a good training for that. The bus was delayed and we were ...
... there were praying mantises, trianchulas, bugs, a giant ant nest and many other creeping things. She did not want to touch one or have one on her hand 'though. Cill had gone for a walk and discovered there were buskers around town, so we enjoyed watching 'Two English Gentleman' perform many acrobatic feats. They were very good and gave us all a good laugh, alongside their extraordinary acrobatic skills. We found our accomodation and had a short relax before heading out to ...
... reminded me of Mike's mother basking in the warmth on their deck, bundled in her winter coat. I headed up Cook Street where the patios of the Beagle and Bubby's Kitchen were filled with patrons enjoying the food and the day. Cook Street Village was bustling with shoppers. The woman ahead of me was carrying a package of toilet paper and a six-pack of Pale Ale - Mike would think she had all ...
... br> Sombrio Beach is on the west coast about twenty minutes south of Port Renfrew. Our reason for visiting this beach was because Kara's Uncle Alan (passed away in 1993) lived on the beach in a makeshift surfer village in the late 80's when this beach was private. There was a documentary done on the lives of those who lived on the beach in the 80's if you're interested in learning more about it! Sombrio Beach is now a bustling provincial park full of campers, dogs, and of ...
... but the camera runs out of battery so I go back to the car and get the ipad hoping they will still be there when I return and I am in luck as I am really close to them and get some wonderful photos and get to watch this spectacular sight up close for quite a while.
On the drive back to Port Angeles we get stopped by officer Tilton for speeding (89 in a 60 zone) but he is very nice and just books us at doing 75 to keep the fine down but it's still $144 OUCH we have ...