Orchard House Bed & Breakfast
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... teaching he fell in love with her, said he was poor and he wanted to impress her was the reason He invented the phone. As a wedding present he gave her half interest in the telephone company. He died from diabetes at 75, she died 6 months later of pancreatic cancer, they spent 37 years in Beddick a very nice place to live. has only 700 people ...
... street art adorned the side of boardwalks or buildings, and like any Chinatown there was a set of very impressive gates. The most famous lane in Chinatown is Fan Tan Alley. This is the narrowest street/lane in Victoria and apparently Goldie Hawn and Mel Gibson rode down this lane in the movie Bird on a wire. I think that is what makes it so famous?? We took in the sights of Chinatown but it was now time to hire the bikes. We were served by a Canadian guy who had lived ...
... was fabulous! It was a trio called Cuban Fire. They were great - sang those foot tapping sort of Cuban style songs that we love, and even ended with Guantanamera at someone's request!! Took me back to the 60s! They sang till about 9 and before leaving we took a detour to see the fountain in the sunken garden which was now putting on a coloured water display. Tomorrow we explore round Victoria ...
... And the water was VERY cold. Fun.
We did end up having a nice time wading in the water with the girls and skipping rocks, but honestly it was a lot of driving for something we can do back in Virginia any time we want. And then the girls fell asleep on the ride back and we were treated with one of Melina's hysterical hissy fits when she woke up. Ugh.
Thank goodness the day ended with lots of fun in the pool and a ...
... so it was a win. Speaking of weather we are convinced that the sun always shines in the Pacific Northwest, and not a drop of rain ever falls. Oh, and the only bugs they have are butterflies, dragonflies, and happily oblivious bees. We haven't had one mosquito bite in a week and a half and believe me, if there were mosquitoes here they would have found us.
Today was a little more stressful, as the grown up ladies had plans for ...