- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... ve just rolled down.. When we made it to Friday Harbour, we came across the local organic market, which was a godsend but also meant we were once again last to make it on to the boat to Anacortes and Whidney Island. We had plans to cycle on down the island to Cranberry State Park but decided we'd had enough of late finishes and booked ourselves a salubrious room at the Island Inn in Anacortes. Just opposite the motel is Bob's Chowder Bar and his claims about his chowder were not ...
... for a quick tour of this gorgeous quiet seaside village. Found the Pier Bistro at the end of Beacon Road, one of those tiny places with a helluva view. Unbelievable seafood chowder, and that was it! Loved it! Headed to Victoria Inner Marriott where I used points and had requested a nice room with a view. Wow! 15th floor, check out the pix. That's it for first entry. This was ...
... which is one of the reasons I love attending Road Scholar programs.
This evening we had a lecture “Welcome to the Salish Sea.” Debbie added to our building knowledge of the area. We learned about the resident harbor seal “Popeye,” the pinnipads of the Salish Sea, the J,K and L pods of Orcas (and their picky eating habits) and how we too can listen for Orca activity via hydrophones. Homework part three. ...
... There are 360 000 people in Greater Victoria which is about half of the population of Vancouver Island. It has a temperate climate – occasionally snow settles mid-winter. The biggest employer in the city is the Government and then health services then the military. Local pubs often brew their own beer.
The history of the design Parliament Buildings was interesting. The design of Rattenbury was chosen although ha had made up most of his background having claimed to ...
After 3 days of post-wedding catch-up with family and friends, we're on our way to Europe! The first leg of our trip involves taking a BC ferry from Victoria to Vancouver, a journey which is a lovely jaunt through the gulf islands to tourists, but more of a necessary ...