Hemingways By the Sea Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... day. We drove down to Fort Victoria RV park, near Victoria the city. This is largest permanent resident park we have visited. It is an "official" site with the RR tracks and fire station right beside the park. Walmart is not in sight though. The ice cream man makes his round through here. Next We are told how and where to catch the city bus to the downtown water front area. We Found the bus stop with help from another couple. There was No ...
... When we left at1130 there were literally dozens and dozens of busses, and hundreds of cars outside, so glad we got in early. Back on the bus at 1130 and back to the hotel for lunch, on our own, so us 4 Q's went up to the pretty large Deli and had a light lunch. Then Graeme went on his fishing trip switch a few more fellas, Suzanne, Grant and Gail went on the Zip ride, like our flying fox but a pretty ...
... 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 ...
... subjective, but Scott and I loved most of the food and are surprised there are some people on cruise critic that were not happy with their dining experience aboard Silversea. I actually found myself saying, "mmmmm" out loud several times during our trip. The standouts were:
*Silversea spring rolls from the room service menu
*Chicken curry - restaurant dinner
*Butter chicken - restaurant dinner
*Indian beef - La Terrazza ...
... a display showing the circus coming to town and ending with the present day equivalent of a funfair.
We left smiling!! John’s mum Liz would have been amazed at the detail and would have loved the various shops and houses with all their furnishings.
After strolling the streets John escaped to the peace of the Inn and left me to do a cache circuit. I had eyed a few ‘virtuals’ which, as usual, took me to interesting spots. I found replica totem poles, ...