Days Inn Victoria On The Harbour
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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We picked up breakfast of a bagel/croissant & juice next door at the cafe on the way to Springtide Whale Watching tours. We arrived at 9:30 ready to pay our $100 each ($10 disc as senior rate), get us organised and walked down to the jetty where we donned our flattering buoyancy suits. They were a onesie that fitted over …
... are painstakingly restoring the building room by room. As always, it was great to chat with the tour guide to get the details of the castle and the family. Next adventure was a quick stroll down the road to have a look at the gardens and grounds of Government House. The estate is open to the public every day and again the gardens are just beautiful. The rose garden was in the early stages of bloom and featured roses in all colours and sizes. The tour inside the building ...
... life and seek new adventures, I am not the kind of person who generally "walks in a relaxed manner." Like most of the women in my family, I tend to have numerous projects on the go and like to get things done right now. I hope this spiritual pilgrimage will provide an opportunity for me to take time out, slow down and enjoy the beauty of each step and every new experience.
A pilgrimage is a time ...
... Mom and I stopped at The Soda Shoppe for a loaded hot dog and a drink before getting in line at the Coho ferry. The trip itself was uneventful. The ship was a little more industrial in nature than the BC Ferries ships, a little less luxurious, but still perfectly fine. While waiting in line at the dock a young family with two boys noticed my polar bear plate. They had never seen one before and had to check the front of the car to ...
... the big boats came over. Apparently it's only the younger generation of whales which come to Victoria now, as the larger and older ones still know this as a killing ground, which only stopped 40 years ago. We had been on the water 3.5 hours when we started to head back... On the way a radio call came through that a man had been lost at sea while kite surfing, so we joined the search party. Once his mate had found him we stopped the search and raced the ...