Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites North Sequim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... have left some plants unshorn for the benefit of tourists like us. My photos would be much more purple if we had been here in July when the blooming is at it's height. But it was still a delightful day learning about the distillation process, eating lavender flavored ice cream and enjoying the gardens and animals at the farm.
... of the flora (a challenge for Wanda's rocks, bridges & churches). Today we did the hop on hop off bus, of course we had to go up on the roofless double decker... At 50km an hr Rob got hit with a branch (it was really funny), no it was hilarious in fact. And it was so cold but we are Aussies and toughed out the cold winds while all the other wusses went below. Rob is happy as he has spotted a few deer. We also went on ...
... car) simulators for some rich guys kids (they cost $70000 each!). Some people and their money, bet they have a bowling alley in their basement too! OK so I should have posted this a couple of days ago! But hey Vegas is distracting & I was at Arbonne GTC 2013!!! Such an amazing event I Love this company, they know how to put on a good party! Great Trainers. Great Friends. Lots of Fun & Learning. Little ...
... coming your way (watch for PEI pictures to appear in a later blog)
Tomorrow, Monday morning, we’re off to Pacific Rim National Park, along the western shores of Vancouver Island. We have reservations at Green Point, halfway between Ucluelet and Tofino. It sounds like a pretty rugged site, but just having the chance to see 800 year old cedar trees will make it all worthwhile. It’s all about the “bigness” here in BC ...
... but I was too scared about what the consequences were – not a very good traveller or free spirit!! Instead of doing the fun impulsive thing and joining the DDP we went and made dinner then spent the rest of the evening playing cards and listening to a band “jamming” or as I like to call it making noise in the corner of the room.
Alan Especially Enjoyed: My fake yorkshire accent on the way back to the hostel - he said he prefferd me as a Northerner!