Canadian Princess Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to Coombs, a cute little village where we stopped at a restaurant someone had recommended to me. We had a baked brie dish it was beautiful!
We stopped in Port Alberni to get our groceries and travelled onto Uclulet, where our accommodation was. The place we stayed at was beautiful, 2 gas fire places and a spa it was the best. We also had a beautiful view of the ocean.
The next day we took a drive to Tofino where we ...
... vehicles. Negotiating the highways was fine and I soon got the CD player working. I know it's cheesy playing Canada's finest - Rush - but I wish I'd had a more impressive set of wheels for Messrs Lee, Lifeson and Peart. I was worried about a warning light so pulled off the road at a Tim Horton's and studied the manual. It was a light alerting me to the fact there was no warning! The journey up was ...
... lots and there were many people on the streets! The town is only small (again you can walk around much of the town in 10 minutes, but it feels bigger and busier than Ucluelet!
We booked into the Tofino Trek Inn where we stayed last time and where we would highly recommend to anyone! It was nice to be back and very relaxing to be in familiar territory! I think in the last week we have felt more at ease and calmer than we have the whole holiday! After tea we ...
... case of a Tsunami" warning. Hilarious....it basically states "not to wait for official warnings", and that if there is a "significant quake that lasts longer than 20 seconds that makes standing difficult", to then quickly walk to higher ground.....hmmmm......very helpful, and hey I never would have thought of it myself...however, I may actually be running rather than walking yeah!!!! Onwards and upwards then ...
... Robbie enjoyed speaking with them and telling them all about the boats we went past and how they were "one million years old" or that they were "fifty-hundred feet long" - I think he's been hearing us talk about the history of areas or sizes of things. Robbie wasn't keen on going out on the deck as it was loud and windy. The ride was shorter than we expected, which was nice.
We stopped in Nanaimo for some groceries ...