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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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First stop was the bike shop for some front panniers. The weight on my back wheel was crazy - I was doing wheelies up most of the hills. The whole purchasing and installation took a while but the old guy in the shop was very helpful to the extent that he had to spend a good 15 mins filing down the front racks... This all meant that our cycle round the island had a late start and given the hills, we ended up at our waterside campsite at sunset and were pitching our tent for the first time ...
... we headed to the Glenwood Spring Salmon Restoration Hatchery. Mike, the manager of the hatchery, started the conversation at the holding tanks. There were a few fish swimming around in the tanks. We learned the operation came from a single question “could a salmon run be created where there wasn’t one before?” The short answer to that big question is “yes.” The longer answer would ...
... and marble stones and put on the next site.
Found a lovely little park near one of the harbour hotels and listened to the band playing while we had lunch. After resting our tootsies we strolled the pathway round Laurel Point Park till we reached Fisherman's Wharf. Very similar to Granville Island and the little restaurants were very busy people everywhere. There is also a floating boat village here so took a photo and ...
... enough said.
We had dinner that night at Cask and Schooner. We split a Caesar Salad and a Hamburger. All the food we have had on this island has been amazing. We then had ice cream and sat on the pier watching the fireworks go off from a ship on the ocean. Great 4th of July!
Tomorrow we leave for Mount Rainer!
Pictures to come soon
We left our hotel in Surrey, BC after a weekend of work. We made the Tsawassen ferry terminal by noon, parked our car in the long term lot for the pricey sum of $128 for 8 days and rode over to our 1 PM sailing. Arriving in Swartz Bay at about 2:45 we cycled a short 15 km in a steady wind and a feeling of rain in the air. Our third try at a hotel, found us at the Western 66, a friendly, family owned place that allowed cyclists a great ...