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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... grab a few Donuts.
Then a ferry ride back to the Island and a big day drive north up the coast to Port Hardy.
A little bit of info about Port Hardy... It rains here, on average, 250 days of the year! Including the day and a half I was there. It was here I discovered Betsy had a hole in the top of the fuel tank that filled with water when driving In the rain!! Problem!
With nowhere to drop the tank, it was a matter of using the quarter tank of fuel left (lucky), poor ...
... cause me any problems. This afternoon we have a meeting to tell us about disembarkation. I assume it is complicated getting 2500 people and their luggage off the ship and to the right destination. Princess cruises seem to be in charge of all our bookings for ...
... by the room and picked up a bottle of wine to have with dinner and my cheeks are a definite giveaway to my indulgence!! (see photo) It was lobster night & it was pretty tasty.
Ralph & Cathy had scored some really great seats and the place was packed when we got there, so that worked out very nicely for us. The entertainer was good and both of us were tired after the show so we called it a night. ...
... where you thought the owner, or his wife, might lock the door behind you and no-one would ever know what happened to those two tourists - missing without a trace! We left as quickly as we entered and didn't get to buy the caps.
Tomorrow is our big adventure to the Great Bear Rainforest to go looking for Grizzly Bears. I can't wait!
Overnight: North Shore Motor Inn in a room with a stunning view over the ...
... the second floor . . . and no elevator . . . more stairs and more bags up the stairs. A very pleasant, very young oriental girl checked us in . . . and explained the location in proximity to the bus terminal . . . . Good thing, because next morning . . . there was no one around the desk area when leaving. She arranged for another of these cabs to pick us up (more on this later). The ferry got in promptly at 10:30 p.m. . . . but we were not into our room until Midnight.