Across the Harbour Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as well as the ferry terminal at Schwarz Bay to name but a few things. It's considered to be a sacred site and the road replaced a 19th century wagon road that used to be there. On a clear day it's a beautiful trip and we were fortunate that the day was good and the weather kind to us. Next we decided to take a visit up to a place called Duncan. It is known as the City of Totems as it has a series of totem poles that you can walk around and explore whilst walking around ...
... chilly but lovely sunny clear sky.
On disembarking we headed into to Victoria and were given an orientation tour, before being dropped off to explore. It is such a pretty place. We walked around and had a look at The Government Buildings, The Empress Hotel, the foreshore markets, and Government Street with beautiful shops and statues.
We booked into the Howard Johnson Hotel and then had dinner overlooking Victoria Inner Harbour.
... the most influential figures in "nuevo flamenco" music, he incorporates elements of flamenco rumba, jazz & many forms of world music into his work. (Wikipedia) It was a fabulous concert that really got the audience up and standing at the end. The sound of the instruments was perfectly done, the lighting effects evocative and it all flowed. It was a wonderful birthday present from Sholeh and Charles. Thank ...
... smash them all at it! We had a fire and played with fireworks!! :) that night they dropped me off at the ferry and I was back in Vancouver again to keep working. Mum, frank, Sam and Scott came over for two night in Vancouver and stayed at the met, we all went to the aquarium which was a blast and had a lovely Italian dinner together on the last night and then I said my goodbyes, was hard because I don't know the next time we will all be in the same room again ...
... understanding of Viking culture. Their impressive craftsmanship in textile, tools, boat building & jewelry was quite developed. They also had intricate key designs.
Other random factoids: Odin, god of war and death, sky, poetry and wisdom, sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge and had an 8-legged horse. Freyja, the ...