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Location, location. You can't beat it. Perched right on the Inner Harbour in Victoria it seems that all roads lead to The Empress. The boats, yachts, skiffs, ferries, kayaks, paddle boards and cruise lines, the sea planes, the buses, the bikes and scooters, the cabs and even the horse drawn carriages are at our front door. And right across the road is the Visitor Centre. And after doing a very very happy dance because we have an IRON at last (who ...
... Pacific Ocean, heading in a southerly direction, with our next port of call, Victoria, Canada. Weather; Overcast, Southerly Force 3, 1013.7 mb, 16 o C. Friday 29 August 2014 At Sea. Heading South, along the West coast of Canada towards Victoria, with following seas, minor swell, (2 meter) gentle pitch, (3) yaw (2) stabilisation was used for maximum stability. All operations were well executed, with minimal Sea sickness, a good trip for the Pacific ...
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Another lovely sunny day and the gardens were very crowded, in the Gift Shop I even talked to another Australian lady who been dragged there by her friend she had never heard of them . She did come from Canberrra though.
Just came in from another day of sightseeing, first was a few hours at the Victoria Museum, mostly spent looking the natural history section. Some excellent dioramas showing the birds, trees and animals in ...
... named after the Queen (well, what wasn't), it was and still is the capital of the Canadian province of British Columbia. It used to be the main commercial centre of the British presence west of the Rockies until the new train line strangely couldn't cross the water, and terminated at a little settlement on the mainland called Vancouver.
After checking in, we took our obligatory long walk to reset our body clocks, and try to stay awake. Wandered for miles on ...
A walk down to the supermarket saw us stocking up on food and wine which lasted both nights and another party in the Bradley's room.
Peter decided that a bag of 12 oysters was going to be consumed, this was risky but turned out fine no poisoning and only cost $8.00, bargin. Getting them open was a whole other thing.
Bonus sleep in as well... ...