Andersen House Bed & Breakfast
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... Gardens, which had colourful parrots and geckos, turtles and flamingos but the poison dart frog was one we couldn't find.
We did a stop at Sidney, were we had a delicious hot dog and empanada at an ice cream place a block from the Warf. And also saw the local EMT's in action as they were picking up one of the residents, who was 'elderly', off the street, where she feel and blacked out ...
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Marriott London (rack rate at the time for one bedroom executive club suite - $900)
Was originally booked at another Marriott a couple of blocks away but it was undergoing Renos and they weren't able to honour reservation. They offered a room at the other Marriott - I suggested for the inconvenience that we get upgraded to one bedroom suite with club access and they booked it ...
... very good, followed by tea at the Abkazy (sp) garden which is small, beautiful and entwined in a lovely poignant love story - they died with no family the housekeeper got the house and the gardener the garden- hope the got along!
......Dinner is fresh sockeye salmon - mmmmm, good -- Pam invites an acquaintance from RD days.
Mohamed is enjoying Rosie - Pam charcoal grey cat of 4yrs.
Wednesday we leave for Tofino - 5hr ...
Awake at 5:30 am and one of the first in Vista 18 for breakfast. 360 degree Panoramic views of Victoria stunning. Matthew ordered the Mount Baker Breakfast including pancakes which set him up for the day! With the sun already shining, it was perfect taking an early morning stroll into Victoria before the crowds and heat. The Empress and BC Legislature Building framed by colourful hanging baskets and flower beds ...
... Then we headed off for a tour of Victoria Island. First downtown where we saw the inner harbour, Parliament House, The Empress (very old hotel where Queen Elizabeth used to stay) and some First Nation (indigenous) people selling their crafts.
Then up to a great lookout to get a nice 360 view of the Island and beyond. Everything you see is green, whether evergreen trees, moss covered rocks or fern covered ground – very beautiful. ...