James Bay Inn Hotel, Suites & Cottage
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... The sails are up but we are still motoring. After a long while of cruising along, Jeff relieves John. They are following the "rum" line. At least that's what I thought they've been saying all week; rum line. Of course, every time they say it I think of Captain Jack Sparrow asking repeatedly "but, why is the rum gone??". Turns out it is a RHUMB line. Okay, fine - I liked my interpretation better.
John goes below to take off a ...
... before, and cougars too, but sadly none were around today. It was bitter sweet reaching the end of the course, a sense of relief that there were no more platforms high up in the trees, a sense of achievement at doing it, and a tinge of sadness that it was over, as by the 8th line you really get into it. The ziplining course took two hours to complete, but like the whale watching we did yesterday the time flew by. By ...
... beautiful and we really liked it. In fact, if we hadn't been to Lake Louise we would have thought it incredibly stunning. Lake Louise was so fantastic that Lake Crescent just seemed pretty nice.
We will explore more tomorrow before we head on to Lake Quinault and can make a further comparisons.
We finished the day with a nice dinner in the lodge restaurant, and sat by their large roaring fire reading our books before heading back to our room.
... housed on the lower deck. Decks five and six were where passengers could hang out, in anything from a buffet restaurant or casual cafe, comfortable chairs and Wi Fi Internet corrals were in abundance, as well as an expensive gift shop, even a video games parlour for the kids. But why waste time and money with this, when there was beautiful fresh air and views to be had on the decks that were free! Before we knew it, we were docking at Schwarz Bay, and bussing ...
... then dinner in the steakhouse restaurant. After that, we tuck into our cabin and watch a DVD. Not that different from home, except, wow!--everything's cooked for you, and your room gets tidied twice a day. Love it.
Travelpod seems to have plotted me in the Middle East. I'm not really there. We enroute from Seattle to Sitka, Alaska. [corrected to show Victoria, but really--we're at sea.]