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... Museum, Empress hotel, Robert Bateman Gallery, BC Legislature and of course, numerous shops. It certainly is a very clean, fresh, friendly city but I have been surprised at how busy it is and how bad the traffic is. I thought of Victotia as this small, quiet, laid back, conservative city but if it ever was like that, it is not anymore.
Not quite certain about tomorrow, it depends on the ...
... up offering hospitality!) After making ourselves feel back at home at the YWCA we meet Tess don and some of Dons family for tea at the keg steak house. We had a lovely evening catching up with Tess and don. We took turns speaking about what we had done since we saw each other last in uqulet and we made plans to go for a bike ride the following day. After tea we headed back to the y for an early night it had been an emotional day. Once again thank you Steph ...
... after dinner we went and took some more photo's of the Parliament buildings and the harbour and again some more photo's of the Empress this imposing building was amazing the size of it was astonishing, we then headed back to the hotel and bed and Tomorrow is our last day here so will try and have a look at some more stuff before getting ready to go back to the Mainland.
Another Foggy morning but not as bad as the day before, we decide today was wander day around town ...
... movement .
No wonder we decided to take a nap and sheer when we arrived at our beautiful heritage Ashcroft House B&B accommodation! It was all tastefully furnished with period furniture and the only problem with that was the height of the bed. Dorothy needed a step ladder and even then it was difficult.
After a nap and a bath in the 2 person soaker for ...
... it is too big. This is not a bike box like you might see on a train or a plane . . . well, look at the picture, and you’ll get the picture!
The bus driver shows up . . . and inquires as to what she is doing . . . he explains the rules are a maximum of 84 inches . . . he gets out a tape and measures the box . . . and marks 84 inches (it is currently about 96 inches) . . . she is trying to re-jigger the contents to fit into a shorter box.