- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the city with Mount Rainer in the background never disappoint.
SALTSPRING ISLAND, B.C., Canada
What's not to like about this place ........... we are always drawn back to this place even though we left many years ago. The vistas are beautiful and the people are just the best.
The welcome mat is always out and Sharon and Ian Wilson make us feel like family ..... and they don't really need any 'additions' as their own family is large enough.
... that interested...the guy said it was $65US for 20min. I proceeded to tell him that I thought that was way too much...I offered $45, he said $55. I told him $45 and said I had to think about it. Oh did I mention that I'd been working on my Spanish and all of this was in Espanol :):) I finally did the math and realized that if I wanted to go parasailing I had to do it right then, we had to head back to the ship in 30min so it was now or never! I walked up to the guy and ...
... book shops, costume supplies, clothing and food trucks. Whilst there we managed to pick up another intrepid traveller, this one all the way from Australia, Iain, and we swept him along on our adventure. We coaxed him along with promises of indoor s'mores and fabulous smoothies and I'm proud to say we delivered on both counts! I'd always heard of s'mores from movies or TV shows but been somewhat baffled by their exact ingredients but a coffee shop in Austin has cottoned ...
... quite small. Kathi our host who's yard our van is in was very friendly & talked 10 to the dozen with a very strong Texan accent, y'all! Forgot to take photos before we messed it up, but will take some before we leave. Walked around the corner to a Cuban restaurant for dinner, was delicious, . . . . even before all the rum ;-) Very rough nights sleep thou jammed up in a smaller than double bed, gunna take some getting used to after mainly king beds all trip ...
... in the local park. Jen and I were starting to see how popular and embraced this was by the city, when the bus we were catching from the city centre out to the park was becoming fuller and fuller, to the point that, I was surprised the driver stopped at the stops at all!
Before the Blues in the Park though, we had continued walking up the Main Street, Now Austin is just anther city, yes! But I though it resembled a bit of Perth. It has nice buildings and high ...