Beach Club Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Beach Club Resort Parksville
Travel Blogs from Parksville
... that drop into a deep water-carved gorge. Then back to Parksville to relax for the rest of the arvo. For dinner we went to the local Bar & Grill and I had a Stuffed Yorkshire pudding (stuffed with beef, sauteed mushrooms & onion) with garlic mashed spud & veggies and Denise had Buttered Chicken. That's us for the day. It's a nice 21 degree evening and Im sitting looking out from the hotel room to the distant snow capped rocky mountains. ...
... for the annual herring spawn, and March, April is also a place for the migrating Brant Geese, thousands of them stop by before heading back to the Arctic waters.
Oh more Deers – we saw – this time three on the side of the road as we made our way into the resort.
Early night because we have a very big day tomorrow, travelling over to the West Coast, although we did fit in a nice hot springs tub at the resort before retiring for the ...
... otter. So I'm not sure whether the otter dove down too far for the eagle and escaped or if the eagle freaked out when he got closer & saw that it wasn't a fish and backed out, but that was our wildlife encounter for the day. Pretty cool :) After that we walked further down the trail, stalking the eagles basically - trying to get some photos, but they were pretty elusive. By the time we got back to camp we'd been gone for over 3 hours and the fridge had cooled down which ...
... National Park we stopped at the popular Long Beach to see high tide and walked along the Wild Pacific Trail.
It has been a wonderfully relaxing visit to the island and I have appreciated all the hospitality. I will be traveling for the next two days to Chiang Mail, Thailand with stop overs in Seoul and Bangkok and finally arriving Friday Morning! Let the adventures begin...
... near Tofino it was cloudy and around 14 degrees. When we hit Port Alberni (not directly on the coast) about 2 hours later it was pushing 28 degrees and sunny! Apparently Port Alberni can be quite warm.
We stopped in Coombs as the infamous "Goats on a Roof". For those who haven't heard of this place, it is an older complex of stores and goats actually live on the roof. There is a market there that sells almost anything you could imagine ...