Brass Bell Floating Bed and Breakfast
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... and don't forget the hat and sunscreen. Visits to the temples require respectful cover-up.
After my typhoid shot last week, my travel doctor told me to watch out for Dengue fever and Japanese encephalitis. Needless to say, I have packed DEET. I also found an sunscreen with an SPF of 110 - that should work. With my fair complexion, I have a number of wide-brimmed hats to ...
... empress hotel and visited the bc museum. There was a Viking exhibition I'm the museum and were surprised to see a mention of Northumberland and lindisfarn. The First Nations exhibit was the most interesting. It covered culture, languages, the effect of the Europeans invading their land and habitat. As the bus was waiting for us, parked on the side of the road, a ...
... anything that appealed to us, so we mainly read and watched tv all day, and ate, of course! That's about all there was to do! LOL
We finally began seeing land about 5:30 p.m. while we were at dinner. We sat with some really fun people--a family of 3 sisters with their dad that were from Portland, Maine and another couple that was from Chicago. They were telling me that their flight home didn't leave from ...
Back on the bus we headed to Butchart Gardens. We had 2 hours there which was only just enough. We went to the sunken garden first which was a limestone quarry which Mrs Butchart converted. Wow she did a good job!! We also saw the rose garden, the Italian garden,and the Japanese garden. There was a spectacular fountain with lots of different patterns happening with the water. The gift shop had lots of lovely things that we couldn't buy - too ...
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What's a trip without planning? I have as much fun getting all the details sorted as I do taking a vacation. Here's a condensed version of what I ended up with.
The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland, 2014.
The Greater Victoria Public Library only had the 2012 version, which I read a couple of months before the trip and used for most preparations. The Vancouver ...