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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Rte. 5 is the Coquihalla Highway. Remember how I have been describing these major highways as running down valleys between the mountains? Not this road. This road was one mountainside after another. The speed was 110kph about 70 mph but with the hills and curves and the camper on I was usually at 100kph or less and frequently especially on the downgrades 85 or 90. Once again if we were not going over a mountain the road was a third of the way up the mountain and going up ...
... Beach. The Mole Hill community was pretty cool, really beautiful vintage homes from the 20s that all had been restored. I also bought some sneakers due to my Circle K feet. Dinner was at Guu with Garlic, which was definitely one of our favorite dining experiences in the trip. All of the servers and cooks continually shouted when customers walked in and ...
... and other crafty shops. We stopped in at the Granville Island Micro Brewery. We were seated with an older local gentleman named Dave for the tasting. He was great company and provided pleasant conversation. He is a big LSU football fan! He paid for Adams beers and my tasty hibiscus tea! We parted ways and stopped in the market for a little local Chinese honey garlic pork and a sweet black and white cookie. Then back ...
... on the plane some 9 hours before. For once I was not feeling too fussy and when discussing what the other felt like we both agreed we didn't care and would take the first decent looking place no matter what the cuisine. I had said that I would love a genuine Mexican but didn't think I was in the right end of the continent for that. We had only walked about 50 steps into the Gas Lamp district and we saw a Peruvian restaurant that had won a local 2014 ...
visited Canada on the East Coast and just loved Niagara Falls. It was now the West Coast's turn to show us
her charm and beauty. She didn't
crossing from the USA into Canada went without a hitch.
booked into the Capilano RV Park, which was just a short distance to one of
Vancouver's best tourist attractions, the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.