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... the 12th century, the monastery at Roncesvalles was reportedly feeding some 100,000 pilgrims a year.
People from all walks of life made these religious journeys. Tradesmen, artisans, merchants, noblemen, and crusaders from around the world came together, exchanging goods, ideas, techniques, skills and artistry.
While pilgrimages flourished during medieval times, interest declined with the ...
... the day. (We had the pleasure of running in to some older Aussie bogans at the bottle shop, who were buying Lindermans at twice the price you would get it for in Australia!) The opportunity for a leisurely day saw us have a lazy morning before going for a long walk to discover the sights. There is a wharf called "Fisherman's Wharf" which has over 30 families who live there in permanently set houseboats. They have some restaurants and it is ...
... s the reason I know so much about it. Sadly we couldn't see a room, but we saw plenty of the public spaces including the upstairs dining room, the new entrance (for the hotel, not the riffraff motel one), the ballroom and the Bengal Lounge restaurant and bar. We also got to sit out on the veranda for a bit as we learned how Victoria pretty much bribed Canadian Pacific Rail to build one of their fancy hotels there in an effort to improve the city's image ...
... sacred rocks along the way.
First we travel to Victoria ,BC, where the heroes in our story live . The brothers, Sam and Max, and the sisters,Tammy and Sarah, have moderate houses in size and are typical neighbors . They are constantly competing against each other everyday. There are six rooms inside Sam and Max's house, the living room is filled ...
... about 35 minutes away on the far southern tip of Vancouver Island. We caught glimpses of bay between heavily wooded forests, and reached the bus station in down town soon after 1 PM. We soon discovered that the place I'd chosen for us to stay was a great choice, because not only was it only 150 metres up the road, but right next to the Victoria museum, IMAX theatre and Beacon Hill park, and only a couple hundred metres from the water front and all its attractions. The ...