Covered Bridge Inn

Address: River Road, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | B&B
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    Home Again

    A travel blog entry by sarahmccaffrey on Aug 20, 2015

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    Do you know that feeling of arriving home? When you pull up somewhere and something fills your soul with warmth and happiness, you get a giddy feeling in your belly and you almost feel like running to get there. It might be your apartment after a long time away, or your grandmas house with the smell of cookies baking in the oven, whatever it is, its home.
    But have you ever had this feeling ...

    Whale watching and wave riding

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jun 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... 15 mins of travelling slowly because of other boats, the seaplanes landing strip, kayaks, etc, to get out of the harbour. Then he hit it and we whipped over the tops of the small waves. At times he made it like we were on a shotover type ride, zigzagging and twisting & turning. It took us half an hour to reach where he had heard that there was orca activity.
    The pod was in two parts so we went towards the one with three orcas that seemed to have the most activity. We did ...

    Victoria, Vancouver Island

    A travel blog entry by peter_denise on May 27, 2015

    29 photos

    ... the coast line. Visited Mile 0, the start (or end) of the trans-Canada highway and home to a Terry Fox memorial, stopped at the tallest totem pole in the world at 127' 7" carved from one tree, saw beautiful coastal scenery and nice clean and clear water. Saw otters and seals at Oak Bay Marina and deer in the streets. A great way to spend an afternoon

    Wednesday 27/5 - Today we thought we would go to ...

    What to take on a pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by bjanke on Sep 11, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... limit my load to 13 - 15 pounds. Apparently, German pilgrims were notorious for travelling in style, so perhaps my heritage is the reason I am having difficulty paring down my belongings to this minimal amount.

    The traditional medieval pilgrim uniform included: a staff (walking stick), a scrip (a soft pouch to store essential belongings such as food and money), long robes (which were used as both coats and sleeping bags) and a ...

    Fan Tan Alley, public markets and a flying otter

    A travel blog entry by mhkibblewhite on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and underwear were designed and made in Vancouver and Victoria.

  • There are lots of market areas with small boutique shops. We visited the public market which had a lot of fresh produce and a shop called Roast. It roasted meat and sold it in sandwiches or burgers or you could have it on it's own. We went back there for dinner and had roast pork with crackling in a bowl with kale ceaser salad.
  • We walked along beside the harbour ...