Dalton Hotel & Suites
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We went to a museum. It had totem poles. I got to go to an exhibit and It's entrance looks like a safe door. That's because its an exhibit about gold. I found out that a lot of things have gold in them.and I found that I would be worth $1,714,323.00 if I was gold. I got to see a woolly mammoth. An Indian. A mine. A gold ...
... light for dinner. We stopped at a bakery and then the 7-Eleven for a slurpee & iced mocha.
When we came back there was a phone message from the cab driver asking if we could leave tomorrow morning at 5:20 as he has another booking a bit later which was fine with us. We showered to remove the salt water and organised our bags for the plane check-in tomorrow.
We're glad we won't be in Vancouver or even Jasper over the next few days as the forecast is from 30° up to 40°C!!
... we got a few that weren't interesting. After spending some time there, we walked through downtown Victoria along the wharf. We saw the Empress Hotel on the water and government building, all lit up with Christmas lights. We ended up a small beer garden with a Beatles cover band. We stayed here for one drink and then walked back to the ship.
... and cars come now?? Jeez.Total National Geographic moment out the window. Hmpf. We drove super slowly past where we had spotted them both, but nothing - and as much as we wanted to, we decided against getting out the car for further investigation. So it was on to Lake Cowichan which we came across, eventually, about an hour later. At one point we were using a "paved" road and I never thought I would say it, but give me a well maintained logging road ...
Pilgrimage is a spiritual tradition found in the history of every major religion. All pilgrimages include a journey and a desire to experience a sense of awe. Modern day pilgrimages differ in many ways from those of centuries ago, but still involve changing the normal routine of life and challenging oneself - while seeking new insights and a broadening of perspectives.
The Way of St James is one of three ...