Ashcroft House B&B
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAshcroft House B&B Victoria
This was a highlight. Period cottage with wonderful furnishings and helpful hosts.
The breakfast was outstanding as the reviews said and we did get a little baggie to take for morning tea.
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... we could see it from land. The mountains of America's Olympic peninsula are only about 10 miles across the strait from Victoria, and with the clear days we have had in Victoria they have been an ever present backdrop. It doesn't take that long to travel 3 or 4 miles from shore before Gordon slows us down, half talking to himself he counts out loud, "there's two there, and one over there", he's referring to the mighty humpback Whales. ...
... the downtown harbor area, the locals were out enjoying the weather and live entertainment. Very, very enjoyable. Bill said it was the most beautiful town he'd ever seen. The architecture was interesting and varied and the landscaping was beautiful. Spring was in full bloom. It was a vey well-kept town.
Headed back to the ship for coffee & tea. Turned in early for tomorrow will be a busy and long ...
... recalls this trip. He added the road, narrow and winding, that came down from Prescott when I mentioned my intention. For me, it was being in the hospital room when Chloe was born, driving down Oak Creek Canyon from Flagstaff to Sedona, seeing Montezuma's Castle, walking through the One Thousand Palms oasis, walking through the campsite at the bottom of Oak Creek Canyon before Sedona. As I reflect, more and more images flood in-- the White Sands monument ...
whales and the visiting ones. They eat different things, one lot eating Salmon
and other fish, the others small and larger mammals, such as seals.
After 40 minutes of whizzing across the ocean, we slowed to
travel alongside two family groups, who were travelling together. Nine of them,
sometimes all rising at the same time.
Given our familiarity with so much of the world, our senses are
sometimes a little dulled, we are so used to the ...
It was only 112kms to Victoria so we made a short stop in Duncan which is apparently the home of totem poles and the world’s largest hockey stick. We found the first, but not the latter. Basically the town grew out of a railway station and there isn’t much there but your typical shops. From there we drove down into Victoria and arrived around 1pm. It was too early to check in, but we parked the car and went for a walk along the ...