Old House Village Hotel & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... late, and we had to change the time an hour ahead. But then I had a good breakfast and Chloe asked me to go for a little bike ride. So we went across the highway into Poulton Rd, a nice and calm road to bike. We had to go back within 20 minutes, because Abby and Chloe were supposed to go to the neighbour, two houses away from here, and I went with them. Judy is a loud and crazy person (in a good way). She said I can ...
... appalling. In return, Randy carves these feathers in memory of each eagle that has been killed. Huband Park now has 13 feathers I believe above each classroom door.
What else has happened? We had a ladies night, with face masks and cucumbers on our eyes and we ate popcorn while watching The Pacifier. I thought we all would like this movie, especially Abby because it's a bit spyish. We laughed and enjoyed it. Oh, we also ...
... and pleasant company was most appreciated. Afterwards, we checked in, and Clyde and I did a bit of shopping while the girls relaxed in the room. We managed to get in some swimming time with the girls, except M4 didn't enjoy herself. The girls wrote their 'daily entries' and hit the hay. Tomorrow, we will drive south to Nanaimo, hop a ferry to the mainland and carry on to Abbotsford for the ...
... will let you stay for cheap or even free if you're lucky, camp if you can, or rent a place with a large amount of people to help make living cheaper (rent half of a room off of a friend for $200 per month and spend another $200 on food transport or anything else you NEED), bike to work, public transit, car pool, walk, ask to eat others leftovers to save on grocery money, ask to pick fruit etc, couponing, theres ...
... Canada's tallest tree, the Carmanah Giant, at 96m, lives here along the lower reaches of Carmanah Creek.
Sally is a tree hugger
These three enmorous Sitka spruce have grown together over the centuries they've been alive. They have thus named them the ...