Andersen House Bed & Breakfast
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... tea, you want peppermint tea?", as if I should be drinking the Empress tea. I said "yes please", so he went and got me some peppermint tea but wasn't very happy about it. This became a joke between Karen and I the whole trip.
We wandered back to the hotel via Imax theatre, museum and Parliament House and walked back over to the food court for dinner a bit ...
... I asked if she knew of Dalhousie University since your daughter, Christina, went there. And, yes, she, in fact, graduated from there. Anyway, dinner did not disappoint. Fortunately, they had half orders. We had a nice bottle of wine, split salad, Dick had lasagna and I had a penne pasta with shrimp, sausage, and chicken in a little spicy marinara. Was supposed to be very spicy, but not for this chica! Of course, Dick found out that their specialty was cheesecake, so we ...
... are all sorts of trees and plants including fantastic topiaries ... even bears for CJ
I tried my best to try and hide that I enjoyed it..
Give her her due.. she bought me an ice cream and a hotdog as a god boy reward...
So with that marathon over with we headed off to the Fairmont Empress hotel on the harbour front in Victoria..
Another of the Fairmont group, we are now ...
... Rid from peak to peak so that should be interesting. I hope to do it in a glass bottom Gondola.
After dinner tonight Robyn, Gordon and I went to the Mallard lounge in the hotel there was a guy singing and playing guitar/piano. Really great voice and we met a young man (Aussie) and his Canadian girlfriend so we had a lovely evening talking and listening to the beautiful music. My latest night so far it's about 11:15pm as I write this.
Glad you are all enjoying my ...
... from inside the boat as it was way too cold and rainy for me to go outside more than once for a photo opportunity!).
We were both super excited to get off the ferry and into the car and on the road to see what Victoria held in store for us as we had heard great things... those great things didn't disappoint! We were quite surprised at the size of both Victoria and Vancouver Island, we thought it was about a 3 hour drive from top to bottom and ...