A Downtown Victoria Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of British Columbia. It was REALLY good! Captain Cook features highly - who knew he came here?. He navigated and named a lot of the West Coast of Canada, sailing through on the Discovery and Resolution. Lots of historical info about the first nations, superb natural history exhibits and the only let down was the museum shop. I mean, I've seen a few museum shops in my time (they are the BEST part of most museums) and I'm sorry to say this was ...
... airport I have ever been to or even heard of- 10 gates. Literally just 10 gates, it was insane. From there we took a 20 minute flight from the island of Victoria over to Vancouver. And from there we had just over three hours to LA.
We got home, and I immediately dropped my bags, went to the gym, and ran three miles on the treadmill. Hopefully that burned off a piece or two of carrot ...
... back to the hotel for a planning meeting... It had handfuls of the ubiquitous brochures..
I cringed when she got the backpack out and placed it in full view... I had hidden it in the wardrobe...
It was decided that we spend the morning wandering round the Busker festival that was being hosted by Victoria.
All along the waterfront there were acts of all sorts going ...
... ghost story was as boring as hell....I pinged off as soon as I could.
We are now in Van-city as the locals call it. Much more effective use of the waterfront than Toronto - I can see why it rates as the third most liveable city.
Our coach took us on a familiarisation tour down town then across to Stanley Park visiting the exact places I earmarked to see - to that saved me hiring a cycle and my legs are already thanking me as it is ...
On our way back to Courtenay, we stopped in Nanaimo at auntie Mary's to pick up some things. I even got to borrow their guitar which is really really really sweet of them! (Thanks a bunch!)
Now, before we went for the weekend, one of the teachers asked me if Marloes and I wanted to come with them on their cross-country ski trips. They go ...