Oak Bay Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... created different displays with its jets of water the whole time, 'animals' in moss like a cougar, squirrel and bear family, a live deer & squirrel, huge bees and gorgeous dragonflies. There was also an old style working carrousel which only cost $2 a ride. I loved seeing so many of the plants that mum had in her garden as I was growing up.
It was interesting to hear a few people who were presumably on tours say there just wasn't enough time to see it properly. ...
... go to the bank and to buy a new cabin bag (wonky wheels on his other one). As we exited the harbour, word came through from some marine biologists tracking the pods that J Pod had turned around and was heading south along island. A starboard turn become a sharp turn to port and the search was on. We found the pod and followed it for 2 hours - tick one of the Bucket List! Various pod members were identified by the crew. This is the pod with ...
... watching the ducks and Canadian geese swim by. Herons were nesting high in the trees. Walking down Superior Street towards the back of the Government Building we passed The Albert Porter House (B&B) dating back to 1896. Thankfully we were booked onto an air conditioned coach for a 90 minute tour of Victoria and suburbs. Mount Tolmie offered spectacular views of Victoria and mainland including Washington ...
... I ended up getting out 2nd last so went to have a nap and ended up sleeping for the next four hours!! I felt bad but was so tired!! The next day mom and I headed to the mall and had coffee and looked around was nice and then headed to her friend from high school Shelly's place .. Had another coffee and then headed home.. We went out for dinner which was quite lovely actually! We went to whitespot but was delicious and watched LA play! :) Went ...
... a number of buildings when this was really his first. It was successful and he went on to also be the architect of the Empress Hotel. Later he was killed by his wife's lover.
Downtown is small being only 8 blocks by 6 blocks and Chinatown was only 1 block. We went past the narrowest street which is 39 inches wide and in Chinatown. The Trans-Canada Highway, which we had spent some time on, starts in Victoria as Douglas St, runs north to Nanamio and then picks up from the ...