Town Centre Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We woke up to a wet campsite this morning but that didn't dampen our spirits as we headed off to meet with Cassie and Kyle for breakfast at Pebbles Restaurant overlooking the water. We had a great time catching up on family news and reconnecting. Cassie and Kyle were married a couple of years ago and this was the first time we ...
... is great, people dress in long sleeved collared shirts, are super friendly, and shake your hand multiple times a day. There are a lot of stray dogs on site who just wander and hang around. At one point I was sitting outside under an umbrella, testing a relay with one hand, and petting a dog with another.
My weekend excursions have been a blast. Matias and Natalie took me to Vina Del Mar twice. We ate some great seafood, visited ...
... the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park. This is the former estate of the Filberg Family. The story goes that Bob Filberg was born poor but went on to become the president of the Comox Logging and Railway Company back in the 1920’s. Marrying the daughter of the company president in 1916 may of course aided this rags-to-riches story. We think about lunch at the tearooms on the estate but every available table is occupied by “ladies of ...
... Our hotel was right on the harbour which is full of all sorts of craft including sea planes.
That afternoon it was off to see a massive old castle build by a wealthy business man in the 1800's which is filled with timber lined walls. Based on the family's history they majority of the childern seem to be "different" with lots of black sheep stories ...
... Neville, so we'll have to time this right!
Day 55: We are entering the month of June today. The alarm goes off at 5:15 am and we pack under the covered porch where we camped for the night...what a luxury! Amazing the little things we appreciate like a roof over our heads. We don't even need walls anymore, just a lovely, lovely roof. We are on the water at 7:15am and the sea is calm. Along the way, we pass by a logging operation and ...