Menzies Manor

19 Menzies Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8V 2G1, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the James Bay area of Victoria, is near Inner Harbour, Ross Bay Cemetery, Emily Carr House, and Emily Carr Gallery.
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    Canada - Victoria, Vancouver Island

    A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Dec 27, 2013

    17 photos

    We spent Friday getting public transport to the ferry, bus, ferry (takes 1.5hrs) to Vancouver Island, arrived late cos of some medical emergency on the previous trip and finally reached the Island at about 5.15pm. We were pretty hungry by this stage and very happy to see the McStravicks and head to their house for a delicious roast chicken meal. Mike and Sandra raise their own chickens, so we had organic 'homegrown' chicken for dinner with heaps ...

    Capital Day

    A travel blog entry by baumyj on Oct 10, 2013

    10 photos

    ... seen. It was done really well with a background that seemed to expand out for a long way and actual water and sand in the close sections. We also enjoyed the old shops etc on the top floor.

    Our next visit was to the ‘World of Miniatures’ that we had spotted on the way to the bus. It was not expensive so we thought we would go in, given John’s mother's interest in miniatures. Later we told Wayne and Gary at the Inn that we were surprised how much we did enjoy ...

    Victoria Vancouver Island in full bloom

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 16, 2013

    1 comment, 80 photos

    ... and rockslides took their terrible toll, many of them the Chinese labourers. These men were the worst paid of all the hired immigrant workers, a measly 75c to $1:25 a day, not including their living expenses, leaving them barely anything to send home. If they were killed families back home received no compensation, let alone notification that their loved one was lost. The Chinese workers did the most dangerous jobs, often working with explosives to blast a ...

    Animal day

    A travel blog entry by obrillips on Aug 02, 2013

    12 photos

    After a well needed, dead to the world sleep. We woke up to a beautiful sunny day and jase walked down to get 2 massive coffees for 1.75 each. Coffee is so cheap here! Thankfully. We were planning a hike for the day ( the 1st of aug) but first needed to walk down to the wharf and pay for the whale boat ride with the biologist captain. Just before we paid, the owner came and asked us if we would like to join today's 3pm tour for a cheaper price. We said ...

    A Day At Sea

    A travel blog entry by lrandal on Jul 23, 2013

    After a gala ("festive," in Jerry's words) send-off from Seattle, the ship headed north, past long coastline of Washington State, and then by dinnertime, into a pea soup fog through which we could see no land.

    We've met our butler (don't need, but he's nice) who's named Ferdie and our stewardess, who's called Natiliya. Both charming and helpful to a fault. We've explored the ship; ...