Capital City Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In Sooke bini nit all zu frie abgfahre, do i vo dört nur en Katzesprung han bis uff Victoria. Bin denn alles an dr Küschte entlang gfahre, bin au dur so Indianerreservate duregfahre, het me abr eigentlich nit gmerkt, wenn mes nit gwüsst het.
In Victoria bini scho am Mittag ako und han leider noni könne ichecke. Abr immerhin hani dörfe s …
... quite sturdy and safe-feeling. We were given orange water-resistant suits to wear (I do have a picture, but the easiest way for me to describe them is kind of like orange astronaut suits, but without the helmet), and headed off into the Pacific Ocean in search of a whole range of animals, but let's be honest, there was only one I really cared about - Orcas! And did we see any, I hear you ask ... Well at first it wasn't ...
... black and white markings that Orca's are famous for. There are many of them here, this pod is resident here, they never leave the area, probably having a good thing going with all the salmon I guess. They are erratic and we need to move around a lot to find and see them before they dive back under and resurface somewhere else. It's difficult to capture them on camera as they move so quick, but then I commend anyone who can take ...
Expected today to be a few hours skiing and a leisurely drive to the ferry followed by a late afternoon sightseeing. However it was snowing like mad in the valley at Whistler and the boys were all skied out so we decided to make an early getaway. But the ferry we arrived in good time for ...
... and rockslides took their terrible toll, many of them the Chinese labourers. These men were the worst paid of all the hired immigrant workers, a measly 75c to $1:25 a day, not including their living expenses, leaving them barely anything to send home. If they were killed families back home received no compensation, let alone notification that their loved one was lost. The Chinese workers did the most dangerous jobs, often working with explosives to blast a ...