Capital City Center Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lunch @ Old Spaghetti Factory;
18) Sidney walking/driving tour;
19) Swim Center with Jadyn & Arwin;
20) Excellent restaurants; i.e. "Pho-nominal" Vietnamese; Thai in Sidney; Dim Sum China Town.
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Victoria really is the city of flowers. There are over 2000 hanging flower baskets. Two trucks circle the city between 2:00 and 5:00AM watering all the baskets. Besides the hanging flower pots, there are gardens everywhere but none as spectacular as the Butchard Gardens. The Butchard family made their money producing Portland cement. The land they purchased on Vancouver Island had a deposit ...
... did not manage to make up the time as promised as we were stuck behind a freight train. We got our money's worth.
We arrived into Vancouver later than expected but where not able to drop off our excess luggage as planned and just managed to make our bus/ferry connection. So by the time we arrived in Vancouver it had been car- train- bus- ferry- bus- car. Over 26 hours ...
... little show on earth’. Here we saw the world’s smallest operational sawmill, two of the largest dollhouses, the great Canadian railway and many more. We also took along our new gnome who is traveling with us on this trip - we’ve named him Bertrand.
We then headed to West Shaw****n Lake for dinner and returned again the next morning for breakfast and a swim/shower in the lake, which was surprisingly warm.
... tree light up and Santa's light parade, an event which kicks off the holiday season in BC's capital. It was pretty exciting to be in town for that! Although I think it also was the catalyst for my homesickness as it hit me that we were both going to have our first Christmas away from our families. I'm still wallowing it in, but I'm sure I will find my way out soon... Anyway, the parade was great, there were heaps of kids around us and they were ...