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Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay in British Columbia


 

British Columbia, Canada's Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay

Flying over King Pacific Lodge

King Pacific Floating Lodge - British Columbia, Canada  
King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort, was named the world's number one wilderness lodge for 2006 by prestigious Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report. King Pacific Lodge is a one-of-a-kind luxury floating wilderness lodge anchored in a sheltered harbor along the shores of Princess Royal Island in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. Guests enjoy interpretative hikes, sea kayaking, beach combing, heli-hiking, whale watching, wildlife viewing, star gazing, floatplane tours, fly-tying instruction, cultural tours with the indigenous Gitga'at, searches to view the rare cream-colored 'Spirit Bear,' saltwater trolling, fly-fishing and remote freshwater heli fly-fishing. Guests return from the activities to their beautifully appointed, comfortable accommodations and gourmet meals paired with award-winning wines.
Complete Story and Photos

        

Free Spirit Spheres Treehouses

Free Spirit Spheres Treehouses
Free Spirit Spheres are set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada. We invite you to experience a tree house for adults. Built on vision and engineering these handcrafted spheres are suspended like pendants from a web of rope. They occupy a truly unique place in the world while providing a habitat for the un-tamed spirit that exists in us all. If it suits your un-tamed spirit you may wish to purchase a sphere or components to build your own. Uses for these spheres are limited only by ones imagination. Healing, meditation, photography, canopy research, leisure and game watching are just some of the things you can do. Complete Story and Photos

     

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Soule Creek Lodge in Port Renfrew, British Columbia
These unique low impact yurts have beautiful views of the San Juan Bay from your own private deck. They are tastefully decorated with mission style furniture, and a leather sofa. Both yurts have a queen bed and double Murphy Bed . They are equipped with a mini fridge, microwave, tea service and private washroom with shower. Comfortably sleeps 2-4 people. Soule Creek Lodge is perched high on the San Juan Ridge with 360 degree panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Olympic Peninsula, Juan de Fuca Strait, West Coast Trail, San Juan Inlet and Coastal Mountains. With 160 private acres bordering Provincial Park lands our view shows very few signs of civilization making it a great site to see wildlife viewing and get away from it all while only a 5 minute drive to “downtown” Port Renfrew. Complete Story and Photos

    

The Haunted Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

The Haunted Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
The Hotel Vancouver is 17 stories high and was completed in 1939. It became part of the Canadian Pacific Hotels chain after that company purchased CN Hotels in 1988. CP Hotels was later renamed to Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. During the 1940s, Jennie Pearl Cox was a hotel ballroom regular at the Fairmont. After she was killed in a car collision in 1944 in front of the hotel, her spirit allegedly stuck around. Sightings range from a group of Japanese tourists whose room was already occupied by a "lady in red"- Cox was wearing a red dress at the time of her death- to visions of her passing through the elevator on the first and 14th floors. Her spirit has become so popular that there is even a cocktail named after her in the lounge. Youtube Video and Hotel Website

   

 

Vancouver Aquarium - Family Sleep Overs

Vancouver Aquarium - Family Sleep Overs
After everyone has gone home and the Aquarium has closed its doors for the night, join us for an exciting night of exploration, complete with special activities, tours, presentations and guest speakers. After a delicious evening snack, we continue on the second half of your adventure in our behind-the-scenes marine lab. Touch local invertebrates, including sea stars, sea urchins and anemones. Bed down in front of one of the Aquarium's spectacular marine galleries. In the morning, after a continental breakfast, tour the Wild Coast exhibit and Graham Amazon Gallery as the Aquarium awakens for a new day. Complete Story and Photos

   











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