Joan Brown's Bed and Breakfast
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... pleasant respite from our long walk.
When we decided to leave the park we journeyed on down Douglas Street to the visit the Totem Pole Park just beside the world class Royal BC Museum. We had just enough strength left to visit the facilities, check out the gift shop there and across the street at the Empress Hotel. Although I imagine we could have walked back to the ship, a $10 cab ride was much easier on “Pat and Mike”.
... the end of the day!
Back at our homestay we enjoyed their outside decking in the afternoon sunshine and had dinner al fresco while our host Joe, showered only a few feet away. At least we could continue to chat to him through the bathroom window!!
That evening we went back into Victoria to check-out the nightlife and a few bars. It was obvious it's ...
... numbers or any way to distinguish your departure stop. Luckily Ed almost on purpose got off at the correct stop. It was a few blocks more to the waterfront. It is exactly like the postcard! Very beautiful. The crowds were light, mostly locals going about there business. It is a young city with lots of bicycles. We took a water taxi to the Fishermans Wharf. On the small water craft I notice two Arab looking and speaking men with backpacks. ...
... I asked if she knew of Dalhousie University since your daughter, Christina, went there. And, yes, she, in fact, graduated from there. Anyway, dinner did not disappoint. Fortunately, they had half orders. We had a nice bottle of wine, split salad, Dick had lasagna and I had a penne pasta with shrimp, sausage, and chicken in a little spicy marinara. Was supposed to be very spicy, but not for this chica! Of course, Dick found out that their specialty was cheesecake, so we ...
Arrived in beautiful Victoria on Sunday afternoon. What a gorgeous city it is!!!!!!
The Fairmont Empress is right in the heart of the city and from my room I overlook the Legislative Assembly Building (Parliament House to us Aussies). They lit it up for the Queens Diamond Jubilee and have left the lights..........spectacular indeed.
Ralph (not Brian ooppppps) and Shirley and I arrived about 2.30 yesterday took me half and hour to find my room. These hotels have ...