Eastsound Landmark Inn
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... it was getting to be more of an effort to examine anything closely. After seeing the film, Tim's Vermeer last year, Rowland particularly wanted to see the Vermeer paintings, which are splendid, but there are only 3 in the gallery, I believe. Rembrandt's Night Watch resides there as well, taking up an entire wall. In addition to paintings, the museum has related artistic objects such as delftware and so on as well as 3 or 4 very large dollhouses from a century ago. ...
... to talk about gravy versus sauces (a stunning German girl who knows the joy of serving and appears to adore her work - she absolutely exudes her beautiful self) - asking us the difference and for our interpretation. It just makes life fun! While such encounters may seem trivial to some, it is in these moments that life is rich and full. Yes dear Lindsay, back to the Eat, Pray, Love, and I would add Live - thinking you said I ...
... we unloaded the RV and into her garage. We then piled into her house and made ourselves quite at home. After crepes for breakky, Liana headed into town to pick up Anson who had dropped the RV off to get the brakes fixed. Rachel and I looked after the three kiddos and had a blast. Once the kiddos where in bed, we all chilled inside on our various technological devices :) by 3ish, Anson had an answer back from the service centre in regards to ...
... that was a highlight even though our driver was a grump and seemed to not give a toss but that didn't matter as the trip was fantastic...needless to say he didn't get a tip :-)
Lunch was in the Don Mee Restaurant, 538 Fisgard Street China Town, although it was recommended (not by Robert) it was ordinary.
A short walk down the street yealded "the narrowest street in the world" Fan Tan Alley ...
... are in wetsuits, with lifejackets, trying to protect our stuff, to see Killer Whale. Boy an adventure.
We walked around Victoria, which is a funky town. Pictures sucked actually. But we were a little tired. It was a long trip; definitely worth it, but still very exhausting. So we quarreled a little and shopped a little. Elles got this great sweater with some tops from a local brand called Roots. They make all Canadian based clothing and they ...