Oak Bay Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... we got a few that weren't interesting. After spending some time there, we walked through downtown Victoria along the wharf. We saw the Empress Hotel on the water and government building, all lit up with Christmas lights. We ended up a small beer garden with a Beatles cover band. We stayed here for one drink and then walked back to the ship.
... 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 ...
... to work in slow motion! FYI...the fish was delicious :) A wander through The Empress Hotel (where the beautiful people stay!) and some of the local shops, had us exhausted and in need of a bubbles stop. (The bubbles were for medicinal purposes only!) A good people watching vantage point at the local Irish pub had us revitalised and ready for more walking. A yummy dinner at a local organic restaurant called Ulla was the start of a long night!! ...
We changed location today, and took a train, ferry, bus, and car to our new destination (surprise, surprise - it took it all day!): Esquimalt on Vancouver Island. Esquimalt is a suburb (?) of Victoria, and easy few minute drive away over a bridge.
We stayed at a lovely little ...
... I was getting tired from all the driving. I decided to start heading back to Jasper and on my way back I came across a black bear crossing the road. It was too far ahead for me to have been able to get a good picture, so it'll just have to remain as a mental note. I skipped a canyon lookout on my way to Lake Louise, so I stopped in on my way back through. Mistaya Canyon was just as deep as the others I'd come across, but not as long. From there ...