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For those thinking about a trip to beautiful British Columbia, be aware that a visit to Vancouver Island is quite different from visiting the mainland of BC. The island is approximately 6 hours from tip to top and three hours of beautiful driving wide, with so much to do, it's easy to spend a week or two and still have plenty to see. The directory of cities on this site and many others should offer Vancouver Island as a sublisting, with the cities on the island listed below it, so visitors from afar know what is on the island versus the mainland. In the meantime, reference a map of Vancouver Island and plan your trip. The mid-island B&Bs will offer a convenient location for day-tripping in all directions without requiring you to pack up and go elsewhere.

From snowy Rocky Mountain slopes to sunny beaches in downtown Vancouver, Canada's southwest coast offers an unparalleled tourist destination. Whatever excitement you crave, you'll find it in super, natural British Columbia.

Shouldering the Pacific Ocean on the western coast of Canada, British Columbia (BC) is perhaps the country's most culturally and topographically diverse province. Its ethnic depth and scenic beauty are simply astounding. Not only does the province have one of the country's highest rates of foreign immigration (and wonderful communities and traditions that accompany this), but it's also home to countless waterways, mountains, farmlands, forests and cities.

In one trip to the province, a visitor can fish for salmon off the sun-bleached shores near Victoria, lounge in one of Vancouver's 5-star hotels, ski or snowboard the slopes of Whistler Resort in the Coastal Mountains and tour the world-class vineyards in the Okanagan Valley.

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Harborside House
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]