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... at its best. Having collected the hire car (taking in the sights of Government Street and it's diverse buildings from art deco to China Town) we decided to take a rest and cool down in the hotel pool & jacuzzi. In the afternoon, we took a walk into Beacon Hill Park for a picnic lunch. On route we passed Totem Polls by Thunderbird Park on Douglas Street. It was lovely taking shade under the large Cedar trees by ...
... fertility and love had her carriage pulled by cats. The Vikings travelled eastwards towards Russia in addition to establishing settlements in Iceland and Greenland. Part of our ticket also included an IMAX movie called Vikings: Journey to New Worlds. The film helped to flesh out some of the details of this interesting culture.
... out Miniature World (scaled down scenes of houses, battles, towns, etc very real and interesting). Built up a thirst thought we would try an organic coffee at Awesome Coffee big mistake tasted awful but the owner was very nice. Suggested sights around Victoria plus a great Indian restaurant for tomorrow when we drive round the coast to Sooke.
Took video of inner harbour, horse and carriage rides, the band on the ...
... After lunch we took a leisurely 8 km walk around from Fisherman's Wharf to Ogden Point where the Cruise ships dock, then on to the sea shore (black pebbled 'sand') and onto Beacon Hill Park. This is a lovely public park, left very much in its natural state with lovely streams and ponds in various locations. We have noticed a few free roaming creatures including deer and squirrel. I am sure the squirrel enjoyed posing for the ...
... fast on the current road conditions. I decided to travel 10 km under the speed limit. Apparently, the traffic behind me agreed as I continued to increase the distance between us. The VW Westfalia was not the style I am interested in, so I headed back to the hotel. Enroute to the hotel I saw another speed limit sign indicating 50; again I did a quick conversion and felt that there was no way that I would ride 80 km/h on those roads. Then, suddenly I remembered ...