Four Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway
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... British. There are also a lot of homeless people around, similar to San Francisco and Seattle. Spent day 28 exploring the city. Weather wasn't great in the morning - cold and cloudy but the sun did make an appearance for a bit. We walked about 5 miles along a coastal path taking in the sights and then headed back to the 'most uncomfortable bed in the world' for a 2 hour siesta in the afternoon. All this fresh sea air is very ...
... plants to twice a week as there must be a water shortage. After a quick security check we were back on board the ship for the final time this cruise. We made our way back to our cabin and ordered room service for supper. Comfort food was our choice tonight. Chicken noodle soup and yummy BLT's. we also ordered cheesecake, but it wasn't very good. I didn't think it was possible to mess up cheesecake, but apparently they found a way. It was ...
... had only seen the Sea to Low Cloud and Rain Highway and not the beauty of the Sea to Sky when its sunny. Taking into account the weather forecast and a limited amount of travel stress we decided to revisit this gem and we'd deal with the ferry crossings when we got to Tssawassen (or not).
With temperatures in the high 30s today it was a clear, beautiful run and Doug truly did see the splendour of the Sea to Sky. ...
... asked about the campsite run by the lakeside resort facility. It was on the pricey side for the basic facility it was and wasn’t the best of settings. The receptionist told us that we could if we preferred camp for free on an open lot up the hill which
they used as an overflow camp when the main camp was full. That was more our style and even though it was chilly up there that night and we had no facilities other than a water tap we slept OK. Having saved our ...
... schooled them to be white. They weren't allowed to go to university, vote or own property unless they relinquished their indigenous heritage.
From there we went to Stranthcona Provincial Park to do some hiking. We had a 12km hike planned the first day then two days later a 22km hike planned. But, halfway up the first day the trail was snowed over so we couldn't go any further. I didn't mind because by the time we got back to the campsite ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility