Executive Hotel Vintage Park
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... the Island.
The crossing takes one and a half hours, a pleasant voyage. The Ferry is huge and takes vehicles as well as walk on passengers. I feel sorry for the residents of Vancouver Island, we were talking to a lady who lives on the Island during the crossing, she had her vehicle on board and was returning home. We asked if the residents of the Island received a discounted fare and were surprised when she answered that they ...
... section of line they were blasting out the tunnels when many parts of the cliffs above came crashing down and killed many workers.
This area now makes our train look more like a tiny toy train on a model train layout and makes for fantastic photographs.
We followed this river bank for many more miles but as we got lower and closer to Vancouver the trees once again started to appear and spoil all the scenery. There were some grand photo opportunities but being ...
... of the city night lights.
By now it was nearly 1pm, so we wandered down the waterfront where we had a very late breakfast/early lunch at a little café.
When we first arrived in Vancouver, we were fascinated by the number of seaplanes taking off and landing in the harbour, and since we had an afternoon free, we decided to do a short scenic tour in a seaplane. We had wanted to do the 40 minute flight but it was booked ...
... a massive bottle of Kombucha for $CAD10 - bargain! Have had some writing this, mmm mmm. We also stopped along the way at a fabulous look-out and called in to a First Nations Squamish (no, I'm not missing an 'e') community for a look-see and a purchase by Stephen, then on down the road again - and guess who tried to cross the road in front of us? Spike the deer - again! Luckily he didn't and turned back at the last moment...but we enjoyed some more gorgeous views ...
... marmot! We were hiking back down and I was complaining to Penny that we hadn’t seen a marmot, and at that very moment, as if on cue, one scurried across the path and over to his burrow, where he sat for several minutes posing for the camera. So cute!!
Our day complete with beaches, sea stacks, mountains, and marmots, we drove back to Olympia, along the Hood Canal on the eastern side of the peninsula on Scenic Route 101. I am not sure why this particular section ...