Birds of a Feather Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast
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... be two different people.
We also learnt how the Queen will become the longest ever serving monarch in September, overtaking Queen Victoria, but we should probably have known that already.
It's not just the buildings, Victoria has double decker buses, proper ones too, not just the tourist type. People here say 'cheers' as a thank you. Victoria is about as British as you can get, outside of ...
... than bustling metropolis. but it has a nice feel about it even in the cold and wind. The city itself is tiny, takes about an hour do do a whole circuit. Willem managed to pick up another NBA top "that you just can't get in Australia mum" which wasn't too expensive until I got to the till and 2 lots of tax were added to the price! GST (VAT) I get - its standard across the country, but why not include it in the price before you get ...
Monday morning brought about another spectacular day weather wise. While we all got a good night's rest after the late night fire of the previous evening, we packed up and cleaned up the cottage. The owners were once again very gracious and told us that we could stay for another few hours, which would've been awesome but it was time to head to Victoria to do some touring before catching the ferry back to Vancouver later in the day.
We found parking downtown ...
... a year". I desperately wanted to ask how they prepare for "Iceberg on the starboard bow!" but managed to restrain myself. They probably just watch the film.
Victoria is splendid if you can manage to get past the Garricks Head pub, the buses with Union Jacks all over them and the Britsh Candy Shoppe. It is actually very easy to get past them and find yourself in one of the nicest small cities I have visited in a long ...
... parts of the Victoria Day parade. This was our first view of
a North American type parade.
Numerous marching bands participate and all bring their particular style of music and choreography. Together with local businesses and community groups they form a two hour parade full of music, colour, community and business promotion. The crowds cheered and clapped and encouraged the participants. It was very much like you we see in the movies.