Gingerbread Cottage Bed and Breakfast

Address: 59 Oswego St, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8V 2A7, Canada | B&B
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      Fan Tan Alley, public markets and a flying otter

      A travel blog entry by mhkibblewhite on Sep 10, 2014

      5 photos

      ... lunch at a place called the Flying Otter, which was more about a float plane than the furry animal kind of otter.

    • And then we happened to find an antique shop! It isn't the only antique shop I've seen on our travels, but it's the first time I've felt like we had enough time to suggest to Howard that it might be nice to have a look inside.
    • When we were at the Roast place for dinner, the boy told us about a nice walk along ...

    • Day #1: On Our Way!

      A travel blog entry by rob-nicky on Jul 28, 2014

      28 photos

      ... know why.

      We caught the 9:00am ferry to Vancouver. It was ridiculously hot but being surrounded by the mountains kind of took your attention away from the heat. To paint you a picture, I pretty much was the backseat driver from hell. Rob casually coasted through the mountains like a champ where as I looked like I was hitting the drop zone on a roller coaster; grasping the 'holy-**** handle bar' and stomping on the invisible passenger side brake like a mad-lady. ...


      A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 27, 2014

      ... agency, where we picked our rental vehicle, which turned out to be a new model black sporty Volvo (very nice). As the day was very wet we decided to take a drive out to the Whistler Ski area, which now was devoid of snow and the skis had been replaced by mountain bikes. After having a look at the slope of the mountain, I couldn't understand how they could successfully ride a mountain bike down the mountain. After exploring the trendy Whistler shops we headed of ...

      Free Willy

      A travel blog entry by milouleeijen on Mar 05, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      ... blast! Fortunately a fairly quick 20 minutes, because after 5 minutes or so you are all settled. Having a good meal you take off to bed, chat and laugh for a while with your best friend and then fall asleep.

      Saturday 1st of March, around 7:00 and other people wake you up. At I don't know what time you decide to get up and go for breakfast downstairs. Spending half an hour there, it's time to get ready and leave for a ...

      Part Fourteen - Whistler, Whistler, Whistler

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Feb 13, 2014

      116 photos

      ... but I must have landed on my pole and bent it after I hit it with my ski! The crash was caused by people skiing too close behind me, which distracted me and forced me to run wider than planned and over some big ruts. The people behind stopped and asked if I was ok as I’m sure my crash looked very spectacular, me rolling along the floor, my goggles flying off my helmet and my right ski ending up without me! Despite this I was fine and unhurt, ...