City Life Suites, Victoria
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... completed a Canadian customs form 2 days ago (I had bought more since then) and were told that we would only go through immigration. Going through immigration in Victoria meant the immigration officer on duty opened the way through. No one had to show any ID at all. They might have done that in bulk before clearing the ship on arrival, I hope. As we walked away, Doune and I ...
... the Black Death and changing political times.
The scallop shell is the pilgrim badge of the Camino de Santiago. According to legend the apostle once rescued a knight covered in scallops. Alternative versions are that while the remains of St James were being transported to Spain, his body fell into the water and was washed ashore covered in the shells, or that a groom on horseback emerged from the water alive ...
... down towards the government buildings to see them lit up at night. Kind of reminded me of Main Street Disney World. Beautiful sight! Also, saw where the ferry station was, Blackball Ferry. Inquired as to the procedure for boarding and customs. Why get there 90 minutes early??? Guess pre-boarding and preliminary customs. Anyway, walked along the marina area and back to the hotel. Pleasant evening, great food, great company! On to Portland on Monday... or today as it really is! ...
... I liked. The harbour is where British Columbia has its parliament and, of paramount importance in my eyes, it's where The Fairmont Empress Hotel is. I decided fairly quickly that I was never coming back to Victoria unless I could stay in the Empress. It's one of those grand old hotels that I love because it maintains traditions and has standards. And, unlike the Grand Budapest Hotel, it hasn't slipped into obscurity as time has gone on. Sure there ...
Got up and went to Tim Hortons so we could have a hot drink to warm up and use the Internet. We had arranged to look at a house at 5.30pm down Wilkinson Road in the suburb of Saanich. We were on the Internet looking for places to live and jobs to apply for. We had to wait until 1pm for the library to open so we went to the recreational center for a shower. We were going to have a swim but there were too many young children all ...