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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Small motel, pool not working, but Internet was really fast.
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Arrived at our motel - straight out of a movie. Little two floored hotel with old fashioned rooms. Went to a seafood restaurant for dinner and they only just squeezed us in - on a Monday night!!
An early start took us to board the ferry for Vancouver Island. It was a huge ferry with 7 floors, full breakfast service and floors loaded with cars down below. They run quite a few services each day, so a very busy service used by many people going back and forth. We landed in Nanaimo and went looking for Mt Benson that I had seen advertised, but …
... like stingers with small barbs and sting repeatedly.” Add to that the fact that their preferred food is meat, and, well, you can guess the rest.
So, can’t walk in the forest, can’t eat outside - think we’ll just go on that whale watching tour tomorrow. Oh, by whales you mean Orcas? Ah, and they changed the name from Killer Whale to Orca to improve their image? No worries – we’re not ...
Checked out of the ivy clad hotel..
The plan was to head north to Parksville and our next stop, Tigh-na-mara.. Gaelic for house beside the sea...
The high point of the day was to catch up with Betty, one of Carolynn's internet friends from Wet Canvas.
We had been given a list of must see locations and things for our trip around Vancouver Island..
So With CJ clutching ...
We often come across thoughtful things that Canadians do, on this boardwalk we come across little huts – like large letterboxes, by a park bench, that hold used books, you can read a used book/magazine and replace with another used book/magazine, the local library started this innovative idea – a great idea.
On our way back to Pacific Shores we come across two local deer, we kept seeing warning signs everywhere and were watching for them ...