Dunsmuir Lodge

Address: 1515 McTavish Road, Sidney, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8L 3Y3, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1515 McTavish Road, Sidney, is near Butchart Gardens, Victoria Butterfly Gardens, Emerald Sea Adventures, and Aviation Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Sidney

Sidney Island

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 30, 2015

9 photos

... a big brick making area. The clay was actually mined on the island and the formation of the bricks, the kiln and other necessary parts of the process are still evident. We came upon a large number of bricks along a shoreline - maybe a shipment that tipped over? They sure didn't float there!

About midpoint of our hike, John and Janet elected to go back the way we came as they wanted to walk along the spit. Jeff, Al and I continued around ...

All Aboard the Ibis

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 29, 2015

3 comments, 7 photos

... stove, where the breaker box is for turning on the gas for the stove, the instruments, the mast light and all things nautical.

It's time to set sail!
John takes the helm under Al's direction and we leave Oak Bay Marina for Sidney Spit Marine Park.

John and Janet have a sailboat (with a rudder) in Missouri. The rudder part is important - if you want to turn left in John's boat, you turn the wheel to the right, and vice versa for turning right. The ...

Sky to sea

A travel blog entry by ccderby on Apr 20, 2014

6 photos

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 ...

Is he crazy

A travel blog entry by oldfool on Aug 30, 2013

... chosen this route because it follows the coast which offers better scenery, less people than the Camino Frances, and more of a challenge with the hills.
Gearing up has been a challenge, boots, backpack, quick dry clothing, poles, all new to me. I have come to enjoy the walking to get in shape, weight loss a bonus.
After watching the movie The Way, I thought that is something I would like to do some day, so here we go, completely out of my comfort zone.


Sidney and the Saanich Peninsula

A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Aug 12, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... by an old historic church, paused at a vineyard (Church and State) where we tasted and bought a Pinot grigio to go with tomorrow's dinner, and then on to the gardens. Amr and I had been there in 1997 with Carole and John (but we have no record of that as the next day our camera was totally drenched and wrecked in rain while on a whale watching trip - then the days of film) and were eager to ...

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