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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there were fruit wines but also more traditional ones too. They have a lavender angle added to them which although may sound strange, the tastings were lovely. Once again the old "chocolate and wine" trick came into play but by now I was a seasoned taster and didn't question the logic further. Karen purchased a bottle here for Trevor, so once again the sampling was free. David had links back to the North East of England also which made for good conversation. The final ...
... the other gift shops in the other ports. The only difference was that they were priced in Canadian Dollars instead of US. I then went back onto the ship to see if anything was going on. The casino was closed because we were in port. The shops were also closed. I went to the pub and watched the live band play a few songs before heading back to the cabin. We had to be up early the next morning to leave the ship, so I figured that it would be a good idea ...
... which I remember had won a Tripadvisor award of Excellence in 2014. The owner Eric gave us the low down on the latest sightings of Orcas (Killer Whales) and the different pods cruising the area. The area being the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Haro Strait. We booked onto the morning voyage for the following day, but just as we were leaving he got news in that J Pod had been spotted heading West, through the Georgia Strait. With only an hour to spare ...
... food from market stalls as we sat and watched the Victoria Busking Festival. We (and many others) sat and listened to a band called the O’Brien Family Band who were actually very very good. Playing a mix of covers and their own music, it was a brilliant way to spend an hour in the sun. After that we moved to a different area and watched an act called Funny Bones...they were different. It was mainly naff magic tricks, but there was something about them that ...
... t even stamp the value on all of their coins. Means that tourists like us stand trying to ready the right coins, only to find that once they add in the tax you need to fumble for yet more. The lady at the donut van tried to convince us that the $10 notes were not only plastic (she wasn't impressed at Australia for introducing them either), but manufactured to smell like maple syrup. Now that would be a neat trick. Just hope they don't manufacture the $20 note to smell like ...