City Life Suites, Victoria
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... allow them to travel an additional 4,000 nautical miles, so much for better fuel economy.
The cruise is all but over now, just two dinners left and we’ll be heading back to Abbotsford. We are hopeful that our car will start ok. It’s been sitting at the long-term lot at the airport now for some forty-three days without being started – let’s hope all goes ok ...
... about. There seemed to be a coughing competition on the bus, I would of loved to have joined in , but I'm my cold hasn't made it to that stage yet. Hopefully it doesn't either. As it was sunrise time, it's pretty at that hour, the Olympics and the islands looked nice. I was trying to make out landmarks on the way, I did notice the long bridge that joins Washington and Oregon states. I couldn't hook into ...
Hello to all that are following our summer adventure!
Rob & I decided last year that we would like to drive from Victoria BC to the small town of Cobalt, ON, where I grew up (Nicky). The plans did not work out to travel last summer so this summer we made it a priority to go & explore!
We will be bringing our Lenny boy with us! We pretty much bring him everywhere we go so we couldn't imagine him not coming! We have organized ...
... that was allowed!
Anyhoo.. then on to the last garden - the Italian Garden. Again another gorgeous space. Managed to get to something for mum from the gift shop and made it too the bus stop with a few minutes to spare.
The Gardens themselves, were pretty darn amazing - it took me two hours to get around but if you were really into flowers & gardening it could easily ...
Saying goodbye to Seattle we headed off on a nice slow trip to Vancouver Island. Again seeking out the scenic route, we weaved through country roads lined with farmers crops and later tall, tall trees, making our way to the first ferry of the day. The first crossing was fairly short, dropping us at the end of Whitbey Island. We stopped often, taking side roads and coming across beautiful ...