Lilac House

Address: 1848 Connie Rd, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V9Z 1C8, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1848 Connie Rd, Victoria, is near Adrena Line Zipline Adventure, Sooke Potholes, Witty's Lagoon Regional Park, and Barnes Creek.
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      A travel blog entry by rockfsh on Sep 22, 2014

      2 comments, 20 photos

      ... every 20 minutes.
      It costs $11 CDN round trip. Instead of tickets, they stamp your right wrist with a smiley face. I remarked to the shuttle employee that I should get such a stamp. “No need,”, she said, ”Just use
      spit to transfer the stamp image to someone else's wrist.” I don't think I'd want to be spit brothers with another passenger.

      The Empress is named after ...

      Day 2 - Victoria & Harbour

      A travel blog entry by pippa123 on Aug 02, 2014

      15 photos

      ... at its best. Having collected the hire car (taking in the sights of Government Street and it's diverse buildings from art deco to China Town) we decided to take a rest and cool down in the hotel pool & jacuzzi. In the afternoon, we took a walk into Beacon Hill Park for a picnic lunch. On route we passed Totem Polls by Thunderbird Park on Douglas Street. It was lovely taking shade under the large Cedar trees by ...

      The tranquil Vancouver Island

      A travel blog entry by rossport on Oct 16, 2013

      2 comments, 56 photos

      ... This is the oldest China town in Canada only to be out done by the San Francisco China town this one on Victoria was established back in the early 1958,s and quickly established its self into a little community at first there were tents bust as the community grew so did the structures and businesses from tailor shops to theatres and schools at first it was mainly men that arrived but as they soon prospered they then brought out their families and soon they were a ...

      The Queen of all Gardens!

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Aug 26, 2013

      14 photos

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      A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 15, 2013

      15 photos

      ... which housed some of the first merchants. The buildings have been well restored and the historical society have placed plaques on the external walls which briefly outline the building's role in the history of Victoria. We continued on until we reached Market square. Market Square is an established marketplace which has been around since the beginnings of Victoria. There are some permanent stores in the old brick buildings which create the boundaries of the ...