Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites North Sequim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- 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.
... land in Victoria - but wrong again.
However, we were soon arriving at our Fairmont hotel in Victoria called the Empress Hotel and this hotel was worth the drive! Set right on the harbour-side in Victoria and covered in ivy- it's a fabulous, gracious old building with so much character and class. Love it! Long wide corridors running for miles - it's pretty easy to get lost in this joint! We all went to the world-famous ...
... friendly yet thorough in asking us all the right questions but quickly seemed to think
we were acceptable visitors and stamped our passports into Canada. Unfortunately, we later didn’t see any reference on the stamp as to how long we were being permitted to stay in the country. We assumed the usual 90 days but made a mental note to check later. As it turned out we should have turned over our US Visa Waiver cards stapled into our passports back at Tecate on ...
... Admiral, which is in a good location on the Inner Harbor. You can walk to the main sites pretty easily. Our room is #302 and has a balcony where you can see the harbor. It also has free WiFi and a little kitchen. This makes Mom happy. Dad and I went out exploring and we checked out the waterfront, the Empress hotel ( another really fancy hotel right on the water). We also looked into a cool bookstore and a chocolate store ...
... of people that were just streaming down from near our hostel. We were intrigued so when we got back we googled them – turns out it was something called the DDP – Decentralised Dance Party. The premise behind it was that a notice goes out and everyone turns up to a point in the city – they then tune in to a radio station that has been set up especially to find out what is going on and where everyone is. It was so cool to see everyone. I really wanted to ...