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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Tofino
... we don't have much time to waste as we have a ways to travel so it's back in the car and we're off. Our only other stop (other than a toilet break) is somewhere, where after a short walk of the main road into the forest we are at the foot of a 800year old Douglas Fir, yep it's pretty big, quite round but very high. We don't stay too long as it's raining and as we drive further towards Tofino, the rain just gets steadier & steadier and at one stage ...
... however many families with their kids. Mostly a family type and chill atmosphere but really amazing to be under the stars on the beautiful and massively long stretch of beach. The camping sites were quite big, in the trees and very private however, mine didn't have electricity. It was sold out when I arrived at 7pm but they gave me a reserved spot for emergencies because it was late in the evening. Very peaceful, quiet and lovely campground. The next morning at 9am I ...
... the trail bike park! We also might not have taken the wrong fork in the path and had to double back to the fork adding yet another kilometer to the hike! We traveled through some great west coast wilderness areas and got a few great views of the coastline.
Returning to town by mid afternoon we opted for a late lunch overlooking the ferry terminal. Good food and view across the ...
... with Jed. Once at camp we spent time making a big stack of crepes, some of which were intended for dinner. For dinner we had a mushroom crepes with a variety of mushrooms we picked up along the Journey. We experimented with and without cheese inside and enjoyed them all.
After dinner we took a walk toward Middle Beach to enjoy a beautiful sunset. Next to a lodge we found a boardwalk out onto the edge of the cliff ...
... needed. Tofino was a surfers paradise for us great for watching and walking along the many beaches. Cox bay was full of surfers as the waves were huge. We also went to Chesterman beach home to Frank Island which in low tide you can walk to and in high tide it is completely surrounded by water. We went back twice to try to see this but each time the tide was out. We also had time walking round it really was tiny but things were ...