The Old Courthouse Inn
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... Cassie's husband. They really seem to love the west coast lifestyle and have settled into this community.
I was able to meet with Jill Sullivan and to check out a show she has hung at one of the stores in town. A blog post coming! Then back onto the road as we headed north along the coast. We made a short detour ...
... thought let’s stay here for the day… but it was too hot so we went back to our PP beach.
An afternoon on our beach
A little bit smarter now and we drove down: park right at the ocean and have everything handy… the coffee, the chairs and enjoy some more relaxing time on the ...
... acreage, went to an outdoor symphony, and I got to drive her 'old style' 1997 Volkswagen Beetle. The view from their apartment balcony (where I'm writing this) overlooking the city and the ocean is amazing. My other weekends were spend in Cajon Del Maipo. The Magna van was solid and got me to both Polomo and Banos Colina Termas. Two fabulous weekends where I was off on my own hiking with a backpack and a tent. There was gorgeous ...
... to get all the way to Comox today. It’s another six kilometres down the road but we’re up for it. After all, we might see seals. We roll into town and decide to look for the beach. A false turn finds us turning around at the end of a dead-end road. We spot people disappearing around the corner of the high hedge along the road and decide to follow like the true frontier explorers we are. What a surprise! We have stumbled by ...
... not discussed in those days.
It was Canada Day so there was lots of celebrations with flags and people dressed in the national colours walking around town. At 10pm there was a fireworks show which I believe was for my birthday but everyone else said was for Canada Day.