A Downtown Victoria Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... good and free just outside of Estella.
Started of the day by having breakfast in the hotel cafe which consisted of granola yoghurt + muffin and coffee. We hit the pavement again and walked round the harbour first off we saw the water taxis performing a ballet to classical music ( see attached video ) then onto Fisherman's wharf and was entertained by people feeding seals. At Fisherman's wharf people live in these quaint floating houses. There are so many people around because the ...
... wrong hotel!
There were two things I wanted to do while I was in Victoria: visit the Butchart Gardens and take tea in the Fairmont Empress hotel. I did both. The Butchart Gardens were smaller than I expected but just as spectacular as the photos (Google them; they really look like that). The Fairmont Empress Afternoon Tea was actually larger than I expected and, apart from a slightly rocky start involving a ham sandwich and its presence on my tea ...
... I even took the guys in some Timmies donuts, they were all pretty happy with that but gutted to see me go. Sarah picked me up at 4pm when I finished. It was a good day and both our bosses gave us nice references and said they would have us back if we are ever back in ...
... striped garter snake sunning itself in the middle of a bed of flowers, and probably attracting more attention than it wanted to! A wooded forest with green jewel like moss led into this area, and dancing fountains, an undercover carousel and outdoor picnic area, concert stage and fireworks set to go that evening over a lake were other delights. Banks of sunflowers, dahlias, black eyed Susan's and a host of other flowers I'm sorry to say I cannot name (but look at the ...