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... was our official plate. It took some doing to get it across to the boys just how far north we came from: "The Northwest Territories...Go straight north from here to get to Yukon, then go east...Way further north than North Dakota...Think the Arctic Circle." That's when the confused eyes got wide. The mom suggested they should look at a map when they get a chance. When we went through US customs in Port Angeles the officer asked where we ...
... wrong hotel!
There were two things I wanted to do while I was in Victoria: visit the Butchart Gardens and take tea in the Fairmont Empress hotel. I did both. The Butchart Gardens were smaller than I expected but just as spectacular as the photos (Google them; they really look like that). The Fairmont Empress Afternoon Tea was actually larger than I expected and, apart from a slightly rocky start involving a ham sandwich and its presence on my tea ...
Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is really a fun place to be. I am guessing it is a little smaller than Grand Rapids but has a larger downtown area.
Things to do:
1. Feeding seals at Fisherman's Wharf. It has 33 houseboats and floating business'. There is also a marina.
... architectural tour on the fourth morning there, and took lots of great photos, only a few of the very best of which I've uploaded, being mindful that not everyone finds architecture as interesting as I do! But hey, it's my blog, and you can always skip them, right? Day two was time to explore as much of Victoria as we could, and the bus hop on/off tour at the waterfront was an easy answer to this. Right in front of the magnificent Canadian Pacific Railroad hotel, The ...
... our cab comes . . . I am out the door and back to the hotel . . . Carol has 20 minutes to eat her gourmet breakfast . . . prepared at the Captain Hardy’s Café . . . by Mrs. Molasses . . . meanwhile, I am carrying the bags to the lobby . . . then to the street . . . again, we wait . . . then no cab at the appointed hour . . . so I call . . . and the driver tells me that he is way across the bay . . . and they only have 3 taxis . . . and he’ll be there as ...