Robert Porter House B&B

649 Superior Street, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8V 1V1, Canada | B&B
Prices starting from $144.00

Travel Blogs from Victoria

Free Willy

A travel blog entry by milouleeijen


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After walking around there, we went back to the Royal BC Museum where we spent a few hours. Our legs got pretty tired, but it was lovely.


Capital Day

A travel blog entry by baumyj


... There are 360 000 people in Greater Victoria which is about half of the population of Vancouver Island. It has a temperate climate – occasionally snow settles mid-winter. The biggest employer in the city is the Government and then health services then the military. Local pubs often brew their own beer.

The history of the design Parliament Buildings was interesting. The design of Rattenbury was chosen although ha had made up most of his background having claimed to ...

Getting there is half the fun...

A travel blog entry by seznz


... it was a very straight forward (maybe a little too straight forward) process of getting off the ship. I disembarked at 9am, I was stilling in the coach waiting room at 9.05am!! I was booked on a coach to downtown Victoria at 11am...

So we left just before 11am as everyone seemed to be there, went to the Vancouver Rail Centre to pick up more people, making ...


A travel blog entry by rorox


... so fresh and plentiful, exactly what we needed. We found a whale watching company which was voted the best on trip advisor. They had this large map outside their store which marked where they had spotted whales today on their morning cruises. On the map right below Victoria there was a picture of an orca and over near the San Juan Islands, to the east of Van island, there was another orca picture. Sold... we were going whale watching today. The tour company told us ...


A travel blog entry by jdboy


... the city of Victoria. Dawn, our driver/guide issued us with maps that also detailed things to see and do. She had written on everyone's maps the strict times for us all to meet back at the bus. We were free to do as we pleased for the next couple of hours. She dropped us at one end of the city in Victoria's Chinatown precinct. The first stop was a place called Fan Tan Alley which is most famous for being the narrowest street in Canada. At its narrowest point it ...

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This B&B, located in the James Bay area of Victoria, is near Royal British Columbia Museum, Prince of Whales Whale Watching, National Geographic IMAX Theatre, and Helmcken House.
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