Culinary Acres B&B

Address: 394 Wray Avenue, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9E 2H6, Canada | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 394 Wray Avenue, Victoria, is near Butchart Gardens, Victoria Butterfly Gardens, and Mattick's Farm.
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Travel Blogs from Victoria

Working, relaxing and having a good time :)

A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Sep 10, 2014

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Arrived at Victoria airport late night but had two smiling people waiting for me at the pick up! Mum and frank waiting patiently for me we collected my luggage and off we went home! The next day I started my painting job which was the whole downstairs walls and roof! A big job but thought I would be able to do it in a. Few days! Oh I was WAYY off I do look up to painters now and know that i myself couldn't be a painter!! I had to fill in all the holes in the wall then sand it back ...

Victoria awaits

A travel blog entry by sunshine.sal on Aug 10, 2014

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... and colour like we have never seen before, although the actual plants are those commonly used for British gardens. Landscaped within a disused cement quarry, Butchart combines massive height of the pines with low bedding and shrubs, and formal beds with informal colour combinations to create an assault on all the senses. Water runs through the whole garden linking one area with another and adding to ...

We are sailing

A travel blog entry by sarahlamb1983 on Aug 07, 2014

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... we found a street entertainer an Irish guy who's trick was to juggle fire whilst on a unicycle but Harrison felt he was a bit slow n soon shouted I have had enough of the green man now!!! We swiftly left and had a stroll round the rest if the harbour we had some lunch n headed back to meet steph...but 2n half hours is not enough island time for hair sooooo after contacting steph we realised she would be nearer the 4hour mark, we headed in to the shopping ...

Ride a tsunami

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jun 22, 2014

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On the three hour ferry from Seattle to Vancouver Island I not only crossed the border between the USA and Canada but also rode the waves of an earthquake. A military man I shared a table with looked down at his iphone and said we were sailing an earthquake at 3.2 on the Richter scale. I must admit it was a little bumpy over the Salish Sea.

This sedate tsunami was a precursor to my first week in calm, quaint and cool Victoria, the capital of British Columbia and biggest city ...

A Loooooooooooooooooooooong Bus Ride!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 04, 2013

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... times to discreetly . . . get some pictures of her during this operation . . . but most of the shots are of her behind sticking out of this box!!! Then, I manage to get one of her on her knees contemplating the next step in the operation . . . and one of her using a Leatherman-type tool to cut the box. Then, another lady . . . who is also a bike person . . . won’t take no for an answer in her offers of help . . . and starts helping her rip packing tape . . . ...

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