Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... were only the second boat to have seen her. She was not much bigger than a dolphin. The gestation period for whales is 18 months and there is an 80% chance of death in the first few months until it gets fully formed and grows to the size we expect of a whale. The ones we saw were killer whales but known as "residents" as they live in the area and live off mainly fish. There are other types of whales called "transients" who roam from place to place and eat more meat ...
... later, we reached Beacon Hill Park on the southern and more exposed side of Victoria, so it was jumpers on to combat the wind blowing off the Pacific.
Flowers were in bloom everywhere and we had to be careful not to get too close to the territorial peacocks - this is definitely their patch and not ours!
With Victoria being quintessentially British, we ...
... close around 5 pm but when the cruise ships are in town the opening hours are extended to include an "Illuminated" tour. We were the only two NON cruisers on the tour. The Gardens are a 35 minute drive out of Victoria at Tod's Bay and the 22 hectares of gardens were created by Jennie Butchart 100 years ago in an attempt to re-beautify the site of her husband's limestone quarry. I am out of superlatives in attempting to describe the gardens ...
... exercise. The train ride gives us views of inaccessible country. An amazing experience. Over-night at town of Kamloops. The name Kamloops is derived from the Shuswap language meaning 'meeting of the waters'. The town is located at the junction of the North and South Thompson rivers. The Secwepemic people have lived in the area for thousands of years. This was our first experience of touring by train, but it definitely will not be our ...
... Queen Victoria, this seems like of appropriate). I went for a quick walk around immediate area before heading back to the hotel to recharge the batteries of my camera and myself before heading back down to the Parliament Buildings at about 7pm in order to get a couple of photos of the building all lit up... and it did not disappoint!!! It looked amazing and kind of took my breath away. The building ...