The Sidney Pier Hotel & Spa
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... teaching he fell in love with her, said he was poor and he wanted to impress her was the reason He invented the phone. As a wedding present he gave her half interest in the telephone company. He died from diabetes at 75, she died 6 months later of pancreatic cancer, they spent 37 years in Beddick a very nice place to live. has only 700 people ...
... was fabulous! It was a trio called Cuban Fire. They were great - sang those foot tapping sort of Cuban style songs that we love, and even ended with Guantanamera at someone's request!! Took me back to the 60s! They sang till about 9 and before leaving we took a detour to see the fountain in the sunken garden which was now putting on a coloured water display. Tomorrow we explore round Victoria ...
... And the water was VERY cold. Fun.
We did end up having a nice time wading in the water with the girls and skipping rocks, but honestly it was a lot of driving for something we can do back in Virginia any time we want. And then the girls fell asleep on the ride back and we were treated with one of Melina's hysterical hissy fits when she woke up. Ugh.
Thank goodness the day ended with lots of fun in the pool and a ...
... sunny and flat day on the ocean. The best part of this day was when we paddled out to some near by rocks and islands about 3 Km from shore where we greeted two Sea Lions. I say we greeted them because Rob excited as he was, having never encountered a Sea Lion before (except at the West Edmonton Mall, which by the way is way smaller than this particular variety) decided to creep closer. The female decided finally Rob was close enough and started ...
... world conditions involving breaking surf up to 20 ft high, even bigger and dangerous swells on and around the Columbia bar and invariably
high wind speeds. The 47 ft USCG cutters they man are designed not just tough enough to withstand these conditions but to survive being rolled or even pitchpoled by huge rogue waves that are to be found in the mouth of the Columbia almost every day. Interestingly, USCG lifeboat crews strap themselves into their seating positions on ...