Dashwood Manor Seaside Bed And Breakfast Inn

Address: 1 Cook Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8V 3W6, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Fairfield area of Victoria, is near Beacon Hill Park, Beacon Hill, Scenic Marine Route, and Ross Bay Cemetery.
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    Barbecue with friends

    A travel blog entry by dprovan on Aug 23, 2015

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    An early morning shopping trip to the store after planning the day's dinner was followed by the return home to start preparations. Bri baked cornmeal muffins and assembled artichoke dip while I put together a potato salad and broccoli salad. Mike prepped the ribs and soaked the corn. Brittney and Scott arrived first, followed shortly after by Emily, Drew and Austin. Another beautiful sunny day meant we could ...

    Ferry and Victoria, Vancouver Island

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jun 24, 2015

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    Light cloud all day. 18C
    We checked at reception yesterday about the fares for public train and bus to the ferry but were told it would be much easier to get a coach which specialises in this transport. On checking the brochure we still had to walk to a station and then catch a bus but it would cost us over $27. So we decided to stick with the public transport option which I had found on Google Maps - potentially not always a smart move relying on Google maps.
    We left before ...

    We get to Victoria - Eventually

    A travel blog entry by lerouxly on May 21, 2015

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    Apparently, one of the two gas turbines is not working. They were unable to repair it in San Francisco. It seems that a ship can run on one turbine but if that one fails, you have 2,401 passengers and 850 crew stranded in the Pacific ocean. So they hooked up a diesel turbine as a backup just in case and we went on our merry way. Just not faster. We did arrive in Victoria at 6:00 pm. ...

    Captain Cook was here

    A travel blog entry by shankspony on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... Roller coaster or what. Reminded me of the swells out to sea! As we got about half way down the South side of the Lake, the paved road was actually perfectly fine and we made sure we detoured to Gordon Bay - it was beautiful, and the toilets were unbelievably clean - these things leave a lasting impression on a girl! On to Port Renfrew where we figured we would stop for the night, but a quick reccy of the Port and then actual Renfrew, plus a ...

    A bit about the history of the Camino de Santiago

    A travel blog entry by bjanke on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... Christian pilgrimage routes. One leads to the tomb of St Peter in Rome, another to the Sepulchre of Christ in Jerusalem and the third to the remains of St James in Santiago de Compostella in northwestern Spain. Camino is Spanish for "the way" or "the road" or "the walk." Santiago is Spanish for "St James."

    It is believed that the apostle James spent a number of years preaching in Spain before returning ...