How Big Does A Tub Have To Be?





Water, water everywhere.


I spent the night in a suite at the five star Brentwood Bay Resort and Spa in beautiful Brentwood Bay on the East side of Vancouver Island. What a place. Very west coast. Very Vancouver Island. You couldn't have asked for a better room, hotel, or town. Luckily, the too was complementary or I couldn't have afforded to stay there.

Am I complaining. No.

I loved it and would recommend anyone who could afford it, to stay a night, then take the little ferry the next morning across a small inlet to Mill Bay. A fun thing to do.

Anyway, back to the Resort, what interested me the most was the Jacuzzi bathtub in the bathroom. The size of the damn thing. It was enormous. Must have held at least a billion gallons of water and that's no exaggeration. There was room for two, three maybe four, that is if you have a few drinks from the frig. (Not recommended) (Expensive)

I thought of the poor children in Africa with no clean water to drink, let alone enough fresh pure water for an elephant to play in but I only thought about them for a sec.

Hot water at that! I imagine every room in the hotel having one of these tubs then imagined them all working at once, being filled up with all ten jets turned on full blast in each tub, would the building tremble? Would the pipes burst?

The way it opened up into the hotel room and how you could watch television while laying back. I found it hard to out of once I got in. Bubbles rising here and there. Sometimes a little more here than there. All was good. I swam around for fifteen minutes or so before feeling the heat, almost fainting before getting out.

I felt so refreshed and I'll have to admit, slept like a baby.






Standing room only


It's pretty sad though, comparing it to the tub here in the RV in which I live and have to use almost everyday. Just barely enough room for one let alone two. I hardly have enough space to get myself into it, so I kneel or stand most of the time. It's pretty sad though, comparing it to the tub here in the RV in which I live and have to use almost everyday. Just barely enough room for one. I hardly have enough space to get my self into it, so I kneel or stand most of the time. 


Just a one night stay at the Brentwood Bay Resort was all I needed. Twice in that tub and three times in the shower, complete with a rain-shower head, now I'm all squeaky clean. I was really impressed, size does matter.





To book a room go to their website: Brentwood Bay Resort and Spa. You won't regret it.














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