A Downtown Victoria Bed and Breakfast
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It was a gloomy, rainy day which might have explained our slow start. We had breakfast at home and then went out to grab lattes and check out the bug zoo. The zoo itself was pretty underwhelming as Bead and I had visited a very cool insectarium in New Orleans a few years ago. We did, however, get to see quite the collection of tarantulas and stick bugs! It was a pretty small zoo, so it didn't take us long to go through it. We spent the rest ...
... out to the lighthouse. It was really nice, just the 2 of us, and the sun was out which was even better. By the time we got back to the car, it was close enough to lunch time so we drove in to town to line up for Jam for lunch. A guy at the hostel told us to go here, then we found it in the lonely planet, and Kerri told us it was her favourite place as well, so we figured it must be good. We weren't wrong, it was delicious!!!! I had pulled pork hash, while Dave had ...
... Miles. Tracey Arm to Juneau = 38 N. Miles. Juneau to Skagway = 97 N. Miles. Skagway to Victoria = 892 N. Miles. Victoria to Seattle = 78 N. Miles. The following section is extracts from the Captain's ships log. Sunday 24 August 2014 Seattle Departed from Wharf at 1603 , various courses were set for channel travel with Pilot, who departed the ship at 1957, we proceeded through the outer channel of "Juan de Fuca Strait" heading N.W. Across the North ...
... br> our final night at the Empress we are eating the Empress Room, last night was a more casual meal on their veranda, it was so sunny that they issued us with dark glasses till the sun went down. A perfect sunset with no wind and no insects.
The final night was formal in that I was asked to wear a collared shirt - don't I always.
Baronial hall with high decorated ceilings. We had halibut which is a lovely fish we do not have in Sydney. A great finish to our stay in Victoria
... being reunited with the handbag, and the iPhone charger bag that Mandy also noticed on the bench that they must have also taken out, and filling out lots of forms to keep them amused, we headed back to the gate.
Our flight was delayed for 'routine maintenance' that they somehow realised needed to be done now, even though the plane had been sitting on the tarmac all night. We shouldn't complain though. It looked like they were emptying the toilets, so we thought ...