Canadian Princess Resort

Address: 1943 Peninsula Rd, Ucluelet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 3A0, Canada | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 1943 Peninsula Rd, Ucluelet, is near Archipelago Wildlife Cruises, Ucluelet Aquarium, Amphitrite Point Lighthouse, and Jay's Fly and Tackle.
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    Travel Blogs from Ucluelet

    Is that Eagle following us?

    A travel blog entry by art-e-jen on May 25, 2015

    19 photos

    ... Trees covered in lichen Berkeley cafe great fresh coffee and only place we could pickup WiFi- fist bump from Brandon (cool dude) Walking around town and harbour Looking in at the two Galleries. Purchasing Artwork - Jamie was the young lady who helped. Went to the small Aquarium. Great hands on experience. Met a couple from Holland. Excellent guide at the Aquarium. Alisha - studying marine biology before heading back to college in the fall. ...

    Birthday week and last two weeks of Vancouver life

    A travel blog entry by elliotholly on Apr 05, 2015

    64 photos

    ... Therefore we sprinted round the garden and tried not to get lost in the maze there and then headed back home. The gardens were really pretty, lots of blossom and magnolia trees in bloom.

    Mon – It rained all day so it became a good day to spend designing, we visited our café on the corner of our block (Union Market) we love it here. Owned by a Portuguese family, each day they put out ...

    (Watching) Surfing in the rain

    A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 17, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... to drizzle and was getting a little uncomfortable (did not seem to effect the surfers) so we drove down closer to Tofino to a smaller beach area called Chesterman Beach. Altnough this beach was smaller, there were more surfers here as (in my expert opinion) these waves seemed to be more consistent in their patterns and breaking and the surfers here were having more success catching the ...

    On the Pacific Rim

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 08, 2013

    10 photos

    ... was worth it. There were signs pointing out special features that were very informative. The largest trees are 800 years old, but most sprouted when a fire cleared much of the area 300 years ago. There were signs saying to leave the park if the wind is high – the huge fallen trees certainly told us why. We were also told to stay on the trails as a reminder that the undergrowth plays an important part in the eco-system.

    Then we went to see the largest ...

    The end of the road, or go East old fart

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on May 16, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... So we have seen surfers this trip from Mexico to Tofino and all places Pacific in between.
    Tofino has a large native population and we chatted to a few people. One woman was going home from work by boat across the bay and was looking forward to a nice sunny evening on her beach! Everyone was ultra friendly and greeted us as if we were not tourists.
    A foggy damp morning greeted us, so we hit the ...