The Cedarwood Inn And Suites
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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Imagine a clown car on a trampoline with very uncoordinated clowns exiting.
This is Sidney Spit Marine Park. It has numerous sandy beaches good for swimming. Swimming is not on our agenda today though (way too cold). Our fun today is a hike around the island with Al. There is a small foot ferry to the island on weekends and we enjoyed watching it arrive, one or two people disembarking and walking away.
At one time Sidney ...
... to fetch the salmon she had forgotten; and she needed to run to the grocery to pick up a cabbage and some paneer. We walk back toward the front of the marina to wait for John.
It is cold and windy, I don't know enough to know if this is good sailing weather or not.
After a while we board. There are two staterooms, and since he has claustrophobia we give Jeff the choice as to which berth will work best for him. We get instructions on how to flush the head, light ...
... the nicest day of the year so far. The sun was out and the sky was clear so we got to see Mount Baker. It's amazing that this morning I got to be in a gym packed full of students pointing and screaming at one of our puppets, and then this evening I got to peacefully reflect on the experience while staring at the ocean. Victoria is simply lovely. ...
... four different regions starting with Basque Country and ending at Galicia, each with there own culture, food and in some cases language. The Camino del Norte follows the coast on the north side of the Pyrenees mountain range, a route used when the Moores (Muslims) controlled most of the area now known as Spain. The Pilgrims used this North route because the Pyrenees Mountains offered protection, but was a much harder route because of the terrain and many rivers to cross. ...
... gardens later in the afternoon, as every evening during the summer months they put on a concert on the lawn at 7.30 - and it is light till almost 9 pm still. So we bought provisions for an evening picnic in the gardens and set off at about 3pm. Bunny is a very good guide, and we drove via a very scenic route - beautiful views of water on both sides of the peninsula, and valleys in between. ...