Campbell River Lodge, Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... oops!) and he'd come looking for me as he thought I'd been zen-ed out to the point that I got lost on the way home. Double oops! So a quick call to the restaurant and we got our table moved back to 8.30pm.
A revitalising shower and we were ready for tonight's lobster meal extravaganza. Seriously, could today get any better?! We sat down and ate a small starter (sashimi, ling cod cheeks and scallops) and then moved on to ...
... what seems to be the standard 'laid-back' (i.e., slow) attitude to service - no fast food here! A half-hour wait for fish and chips...yet another 'dunch' meal.
By now, Tim was getting a little grumpy! His mood was not helped by the debacle that ensued trying to drop off the car. Campbell River claims to have three National offices; one at the airport on the outskirts of town and two downtown sites. We had scheduled to drop off at one ...
... straight from the harbour at French Creek.
We explored quaint Chemainus, a human-sized model village of a place; a cross between Middle Earth and the Wonderful land of Oz. Topiaried Bambies grazed next to tiny swings among Busy Lizzys near the pagoda. Yellow painted footsteps ran up and down the side walk, like a serving suggestion. One house even had a dingly-dell mini house next to the real one. As Lionel said, its a nice place to live. If you want to ...
... the mainland) belongs to Michelle Pfeiffer! And we think she was on the seaplane that flew in when we were going past! Gary said that the word is that when the seaplane is there, Michelle is there! We could also see a few glaciers in the distance.
After the many stories of our guide we docked at Orford River where we were met by Wilson our guide and bus driver for the bear tour. And off we went. It took us awhile to find ...
Rich sets out this morning to the walk in clinic to get his leg sorted. Antibiotics needed. Less than a tenth of the price of going to the hospital last night. Everyone else plays at our house and in the garden. Taya is now pretty much able to get anywhere she wants, still as an army crawl, which looks awfully tiring.
When Rich returns we set out for Saratoga Beach a short drive from where we are staying. It's a real ...