Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... striped garter snake sunning itself in the middle of a bed of flowers, and probably attracting more attention than it wanted to! A wooded forest with green jewel like moss led into this area, and dancing fountains, an undercover carousel and outdoor picnic area, concert stage and fireworks set to go that evening over a lake were other delights. Banks of sunflowers, dahlias, black eyed Susan's and a host of other flowers I'm sorry to say I cannot name (but look at the ...
... and dry - they tell us they have only had 2 days of rain for summer - unusual - I can hear you all saying 'we know the feeling' - hope you've had some more since we left.
In the afternoon we went to a Miniature World display - a bit dubious before ...
... Bay, a stop in Nanaimo (from where the ferry leaves). In Nanaimo at the bus station, we switched buses, but they transferred our bags.
The bus ran pretty much on time . . . but the seats are definitely not as comfortable as the Aurora Lounge on the big BC Ferry!!! Some of the terrain goes along the east coast of Vancouver Island . . . and some goes into the mountains . . . but we eventually make it into Victoria . . . and it is the weekend of BC Days ...
... the big boats came over. Apparently it's only the younger generation of whales which come to Victoria now, as the larger and older ones still know this as a killing ground, which only stopped 40 years ago. We had been on the water 3.5 hours when we started to head back... On the way a radio call came through that a man had been lost at sea while kite surfing, so we joined the search party. Once his mate had found him we stopped the search and raced the ...
After a gala ("festive," in Jerry's words) send-off from Seattle, the ship headed north, past long coastline of Washington State, and then by dinnertime, into a pea soup fog through which we could see no land.
We've met our butler (don't need, but he's nice) who's named Ferdie and our stewardess, who's called Natiliya. Both charming and helpful to a fault. We've explored the ship; ...