Dayspring Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... It was a good executive club and we ate meals there and snacked - didn't have to buy any other food. As a Marriott Silver Elite member we were also eligible for 80,000 points or $200US for the inconvenience - points were a way better deal and they gave us 120,000 - which worked out to 3 nights at at a $400 p.n. hotel.
Marriott Executive Club Access - food and drinks 6am - 11pm.
National Gallery - ...
... the rest of our stay on the island. We spent the first day just catching up, taking the dog around town and the boys watched football. Rick and Francine's house is right near the beach, so we took a BBQ and some beers to the beach and hung out there. We visited some of Victoria's landmarks; the legislature building, the ...
... a quantity that we all left stuffed. It was all delicious and I could get used to the idea of having tea on a more regular basis once back in the states.
After the garden trip and our tea adventure, we walked back into the hotel room to find our missing companions that had just arrived. Enter: Anne Van (who how you might remember from our past adventures), Tom (Christa's brother), Kristy (Tom’s girlfriend), Horia (we know from the vet ...
... Serious Coffee, which I could easily get addicted to. And I'm currently at a local place called Franelli's, enjoying a cappuccino and the friendly environment.
Arrived Thursday and had an opportunity to poke around downtown, stop by the Moksha Yoga studio to say hi, walk along the harbour front, admire the famous Empress Hotel where we stayed way back in 1981 for university volleyball nationals, wander around James Bay where Carmen and I stayed for our ...
... of fun new activities. We cooked a turkey for Christmas day, sang Christmas songs and enjoyed our very first white christmas.
- Victoria has christmas parades, Christmas markets with free apple cider, The Empress Hotel is full of christmas trees and gingerbread houses also.
- Victoria is known as the warmest place in Canada and i was told that it doesn't snow there. However, it snowed 3 times in December- January 2013-2014.