Covered Bridge Inn

River Road, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada | B&B
Prices starting from $55.00

Travel Blogs from Victoria

Ride a tsunami

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny


... I wonder what he can see in me.

A master stone carver Lionel sells his work to celebrities that own properties on Vancouver Island and has been invited to the Golden Globes, although remains oblivious to their status. The island is a playground for the rich and we drove passed mansion upon mansion in avenues lined with service vehicles from plumbers to landscapers all maintaining these little lived in piles. In this Vancouvan Beverley Hills Alice describes herself as a ...

The tranquil Vancouver Island

A travel blog entry by rossport


... had finished the 2hour trip Nancy was frozen to the core so we had a wander down to see the underwater gardens only to find that it had been closed that day due to insufficient funds to keep it going, so off to have a look at some Totem poles and then into the museum to look around and buy some gifts for friends. We had lunch in the cafe and then wandered around some more and decided to go and have a rest and then out to the spaghetti factory for dinner, and then went for a ...

A Hurricane is Coming

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn


... very drowsy and dizzy.

We drive the car onto the ferry at about 6:45 so things are very behind schedule. The crossing is about 1.5 hrs. The wind is very heavy and we see some small swells on the water. As we are heading on board the announcements come on they tell us that they want people to remain seated for the first ...


A travel blog entry by lindann


... lots of totems in the gardens around the museum, all very interesting.It is certainly a beautiful place.
For tea we walked down to the harbor and got fish and chips. The shop is a shipping container and the food was great, there had been a constant queue since around 11.30 this morning.We had a walk while eating ice cream. Another wonderful ...

Just like old times

A travel blog entry by terredeshommes


... there too, so we did the trip together.

Once there, most of us had bookings in various hostels, but the German tourist whose-name-I-can't-remember and me we didn't have anything. Then, with my usual luck regarding accomodation, the choices were: hostel #1, the best one, full; hostel #2 (where I stayed on my first trip, the only one then I believe) not as good and full; and hostel #3 where they had said by email that they still had room.


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