James Bay Inn Hotel, Suites & Cottage
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Our last day on the mighty Grand Princes, we headed off to the 15th floor for breakfast, our last one at sea. Most of the morning was taken up with tidying up bits and pieces and making sure everything was right for our disembarkation tomorrow morning. Lunch was a simple process, just a 2 course affair in the Da Vinci restaurant, and again beautiful, then the job of packing the 2suitcases. We all met up with Karen at 1500 for a final debrief, drinks, chat ...
... of the senses. Tones challenge for the day was to find a weed or a dead head, failed on both! We were so impressed we returned later, after booking into our hotel, to enjoy a concert and take in the gardens at night. The concert was a light and easy listening folk group. As the sun set the garden was transformed into a wonderland. Clever lighting up through the giant fur trees, around every path and in ...
Where else can you travel for 25 hours by car, 2 planes, 3 buses and a ferry and still be in Victoria? Well, actually, we are in Victoria Canada, though getting here was not without it's hassles for once.
Our flight to Sydney went without a hitch, but once in Sydney it all went a bit off the rails. Security pulled Mandy's hand luggage off for a second look, even though it was fine in Melbourne. Couldn't find anything of course, but they took objection to the copha ...
... our cab comes . . . I am out the door and back to the hotel . . . Carol has 20 minutes to eat her gourmet breakfast . . . prepared at the Captain Hardy’s Café . . . by Mrs. Molasses . . . meanwhile, I am carrying the bags to the lobby . . . then to the street . . . again, we wait . . . then no cab at the appointed hour . . . so I call . . . and the driver tells me that he is way across the bay . . . and they only have 3 taxis . . . and he’ll be there as ...
... go nuts with as much and whatever flavor yoghurt and toppings as you want before slipping into a food coma and not leaving the hostel again until we had to emerge at 4.15am the next day to get the multitude of buses/ferries back home to start work on time at 2.30pm! We did catch the sunrise over the water, then 24hours later watched it rise again from the top of Grouse Mountain with only 3 hours sleep in between! New Years on the mountain – what better way to see in 2013?! ...