Oak Bay Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 300 metres. We could jump on the Victoria Clipper and be in Seattle in just three hours. Our walk for the day rounded out at Clover Bay and we hailed hailed the last bus of the day with some relief and settled in for the ride home as the only intrepid passengers still out and about for the last pick up on the Hop On Hop Off bus. We were on a mission this evening determined to beat closing times for dinner (unlike like our dinner efforts the night ...
... I was G.F. He said he heard my voice when we walked in the door, a lovely meal too.
After Tea 2130 we 5 enjoyed some time listening to some nice music and even did a little bit of people watching as well, stayed there till 2330 then turned in for a sleep in our cabins.
Weather; Cold day with strong winds from the north, 2 meter swell, rain in A.M. Fined up a fair bit this afternoon,
Temp; 16 or 17 ?
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... starting to eat. They tend to eat early over here. We opted for a Carribean restaurant called Reef, after talking to a local couple eating there.
Have found everyone very friendly, waiters, shop staff, water taxi guys.
Tomorrow we leave to join the Volendam cruise ship for the Alaskan part of the trip. Don't know if we have internet service of any value???
... like washing before heading into downtown to have a look around and get some dinner. The sun was still shining and lots of people were out enjoying the beautiful wharf area. Victoria has lots of buskers this time of year - we even caught a circus show. If there is one word to describe Victoria it would have to be 'pretty'. The place is just beautiful with lots of great architecture surrounding the bay.
We wandered from one end of the ...
... assessing students. I'd managed to see all four cousins on my trip. He dropped me off at the Royal BC Museum and I spent the next few hours there. The exhibition on the race to the South Pole was fascinating. Collecting exhibits from around the world it compared Scott's and Amundsen's preparations, and it was interesting to see the expedition from a Norwegian point of view. They were much better prepared. I stayed ...