The Lodge at Weirs Beach
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Free parking
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... to use phrases which would be understood by me a native Australian speaker. Top bloke, it really made my journey immensely enjoyable.
We arrived at the airport on Friday night. Dan's flight was all of 15 minutes! I hadn't realised that the airport was so far away from Victoria, but at the end of the taxi journey we were greeted by the Legislature Building all lit up with fairy lights, perpendicular to our hotel. We stayed at The Fairmont Empress Hotel, a very ...
... huge and we knew we only had a full day here. We got to the hotel the Ramada Inn it was very nice and it had a surprise pool. Yey. We didn't realise how tired we were and decided to have a swim and eat at the Greek restaurant in the hotel. We also had a few drinks which seem much stronger here and we were soon merry. I had researched what the main attractions were so we could work out a route. We headed in ...
Expected today to be a few hours skiing and a leisurely drive to the ferry followed by a late afternoon sightseeing. However it was snowing like mad in the valley at Whistler and the boys were all skied out so we decided to make an early getaway. But the ferry we arrived in good time for ...
... have to wait till the next stop and arrange to get back there yourself, so next stop she hop's off and he says allowed wish people would listen.
We soon arrived in the Bus station, and we de-bused and picked up our bags and headed off to the hotel which was just in the next block luckily I had seen a short cut and we went through it only to discover later thanks to Nancy a shorter short cut, (typical woman knows all and i never listen to her ). The Hotel was ...
... Tall trees, old growth forests and smooth rocked beaches kept us busy for the afternoon, before heading off to catch the ferry from Anacortes to Victoria. As we were a bit early, we found a nice city park on the water and brought out our picnic lunch from the Pike Place Market. Making our way back to the ferry terminal, we joined the extremely long line that seemed grow exponentially in ...