Moon Water Lodge
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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... spending afternoons by the pool and exploring the city of the big red bus. We also checked out whistler and mum left me for dirt when we did a stint on some all terrain vehicles. Lisa, Ed and Jen also embraced thee Vancouver culture walking almost every inch of the city and joining me at some yoga classes. They also showed me some new things to do in Vancouver. We went to a poetry slam, checked out the capilano suspension bridge and caught some great sights of the bears on ...
We hopped over on the ferry to Victoria, the capital city of British Colombia and the most British place we have been as yet! Statues of the Queen and double decker busses galore. All the street names were "King George, Prince Albert etc etc." Very short update as we are heading to the airport off to San Francisco today! Yay! However, we are loving our time in Canada and will be very sad to say bye bye! ...
... a good selection though...pancetta and mozzarella panini. Chef salad, wings, chicken tenders, etc. but we still went to the buffet. (In our defense, it is 12:48 the day after and the elevator clocks have still not been changed, so we're not the only ones). We spent the morning enjoying the beautiful front facing view of the Spinnaker lounge's floor to ceiling windows. Well, I read and grandpa napped on one of the super comfy couches. Those couches are awesome. ...
... walked around , had lunch , window shopped and had a good time . It was a fun afternoon. We headed to the ferry to Victoria. It was a very pretty sail around some of the many pacific Canadian islands to get to Vancouver Island. We also had a fantastic view of Mount Baker. We headed to our camping cabin. It was a little more remote than Buffalo ...
... schooled them to be white. They weren't allowed to go to university, vote or own property unless they relinquished their indigenous heritage.
From there we went to Stranthcona Provincial Park to do some hiking. We had a 12km hike planned the first day then two days later a 22km hike planned. But, halfway up the first day the trail was snowed over so we couldn't go any further. I didn't mind because by the time we got back to the campsite ...