Harbour House Hotel, Restaurant & Organic Farm
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbour House Hotel, Restaurant & Organic Farm Saltspring Island
very hospitable place, great view over the marina, polite staff, customer service oriented, great restaurant. Very comfortable accommodations.
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Left at 6:00 am to catch the 8:00 am ferry to Sydney, BC, and then another ferry (after a two hour wait) smaller ferry to Salt Springs Island. The island is verdant, funky, quirky, with rabid environmentalists, narrow roads, phenomenal views and a ton of other superlatives we could give it. But, the main purpose for the trip was to see Ray and …
... make good parks, both Stanley Park and this Capilano Bridge area are outstanding plus bicycle lanes around the entire seawall area an added bonus.
We managed to cover all the tracks in the park and were done by about 4:20 pm so we got a good connection on the free shuttle bus and got to the Gastown around 5 pm where we met up with the wives. We had a coffee and started our walk back to Waterfront Station when John & I decided ...
... your pants. Very High tech, in seats with seatbelts on, the floor drops away and the surround screen allows you to fly through landscape tilting with wind and water mist, particularly across the top of Niagra. One had to keep convincing oneself it was a movie whilst gripping the seat
.After lunch onto Stanley Park, a large natural area of 1000 acres, big rose garden and bush walks with outlooks over ...
... For those that haven't, think of the best fruit shop, best butcher, best fish shop, best delicatessen, best florist, best bakery you've ever been to, multiply by about ten and you have Granville Island. Great place for finding nice foods for breakfast and lunch.
It's accessed from the north either by a long boring hike south across a freeway bridge followed by a long boring hike back north to Granville Island, or by a 200-metre, ...
... whilst Sarah and Stuart took one final stroll downtown and reflected on a great 3 weeks. Harrison helped direct us home now clear on his way past the big library.. His favourite library and telling us wen to cross the road not on red hand on white green man! Back at the hostel Stuart tried to calm Harrison down after his chocolate high before everyone went to sleep. Tomorrow would be a long day as we were saying goodbye to British Columbia (BC) and we would be coming home ...