Painted Boat Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... hardware, clothes, arts and crafts, toys, kitchen stuff, etc.), artisan shops, gas station and coffee. There are all manners of housing on the island from shacks to estates. Lots of artists. We felt we could fit in quite well. We crammed a lot in. Ordered the pizza. Checked out the coop. Went to Ford Cove. Tribune bay (this is called Canada's Hawaii). Helliwell hiking trails. And just general driving and exploring. We have noticed many, ...
... s population is only 84,000 and they must love to shop.
Tuesday Greg and I drove up the eastern coast of Vancouver Island. Our first stop was Coombs, specifically to Goats on the Roof, a market/café with a grass roof and goats to keep the grass in check. It is very similar to Farmer Clem’s in Stewiacke, however, a village of shops sort of grew up around Goats on the Roof and it has become a very popular destination. ...
... whether it's an insult or compliment, but the town lays claim to the title of the Box Store capital of Canada with more box stores per capita than elsewhere. The shopping extravaganzas are kept to the outskirts, however, and the downtown core along the waterfront does have a significant appeal (back in the day, when I was working in this area, it was a mining/lumber/fishing blue-collar town with a rough downtown that made ...
... understatement as we both had leaks in our condos! Went out to a movie, watched movies, had lots of laughs and great times. We all left the island to go to Vancouver's River Rock Casino for the day, enjoyed an incredible buffet, and we all had lots of fun.
We left Vancouver very early in the morning going to Orlando, Florida.
Joanne & Billy slept in, then went back to the casino, Billy had a big win and they played all ...
June 10th. Vancouver to Pender Harbor approximately 50 miles in 6 hours.
Pender Harbor is one of our favorite stops and we spend a night on the dock at Fisherman's Warf Marina. A hike to the pub for dinner and a little basketball (NBA Finals game ...