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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After the border we are only a short drive from Vancouver; which with a little patience and a good sense of humor we navigate like pros. We missed the 5:30 sailing from Horseshoe Bay to Departure Bay but buy a ticket for the 7 sailing and wait in the line. We check out Horseshoe village to kill time and grab some food while we're at it. I make my …
Downtown core was really tricky to drive because the roads were obviously more narrow than the ones we are used to in Ontario. But we made it to the ferry crossing at sun down -just missing the 5:30 ferry so we had first place in line for the next at 7:00p.m. We crossed over the ...
... part of the island – she had us looping around Cumberland (30 minutes away from our venue) when we should have been loading-in. She could not recognize any street names we typed in, yet as soon as we found them ourselves and drove past them, the lines on her map would randomly acquire the correct names. Oh dear….
Despite the technical difficulties, we still managed to be ready to perform ...
... freshened up and headed into the city for lunch. The pub we chose was the Old City Pub which looked the best bet in a city which we initially beleived offered very little. Turns out these pub meals consisting of cheese burger, penne with chicken and chorizo, quesedillas and a lamb burger were hastily devoured. These were washed down by Granville Island local brew and some new cider called Growers. We were suprisingly satisfied. Following lunch and on full stomachs we headed back to ...
... guys". Ha at least she was honest right! Lunch was really yum though! The road from Port Renfrew back to Lake Cowichan is an old logging road that's only been paved in recent years so we passed plenty of logging trucks. On the way we stopped off at "the big tree" a huge ancient tree in the forest - it was pretty cool. Down a bit further we came across another RV pulled up & a couple who were out taking photos of something. Always keen for another wildlife encounter we pulled up to ...