Marina West Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina West Motel Tofino
We were so happy with this Motel! We picked up our stay through Island Daily Deals and it included 2 nights stay with a $25 pub credit. The room was very clean with an amazing view! The staff were incredibly friendly and the Motel pub had really good food. I would go again in a heartbeat!
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Every free moment we had was dedicated to Geocaching!! We woke up early to get a good start on the day, wanting to find as many as we could. 1:00PM was our 2 hour whale watching tour with Jamie's whale watching. Such an Awesome experience! We did see 1 whale for about 10 seconds, but just being out on the water on a beautiful April day was enough! …
... We did make a few purchases…some local screen printed shirts and wild mushrooms from a couple of guys with a large basket of the fungus.
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... he could come back if he wore a dress next time.
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