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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rialto Victoria
The room was a good size and was very clean. Felt very comfortable and the staff were also very friendly and willing to offer up easy ideas to explore Victoria even though we were short on time.
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A 5 am start to the day was a shock to the body.... The only ferry available from Seattle to Victoria Island was at 7.30am. Little wonder..who would get up then if you didn't have to! A pleasant 2 3/4 hour sail saw us arrive for a 2 night stay. Not only did the name remind me of home, but so too did the prices. Good bye cheap America, and hello …
... Gardens, which had colourful parrots and geckos, turtles and flamingos but the poison dart frog was one we couldn't find.
We did a stop at Sidney, were we had a delicious hot dog and empanada at an ice cream place a block from the Warf. And also saw the local EMT's in action as they were picking up one of the residents, who was 'elderly', off the street, where she feel and blacked out ...
... times I pulled over to take a better look and snap a few photos. After I finally made it into the park, I had only been there for no more than 10 minutes when I was greeted by a group of mule deer crossing the road ahead. After passing them it was a straight shot to Jasper. I had plenty of time to kill before check-in at the hostel so I ventured off to see Maligne Canyon. The canyon has been worn down for so long that in some spots it's more ...
... tribes had no immunity, such as Smallpox.
And that breathtaking First Nations art? Imagine walking in to a dimmed room housing around twenty totem poles. It has to be experienced.
The museum also houses a much wider range of exhibits, if you're in Victoria, take a look. Its worth it.
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