Inn at the Quay
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We really enjoyed exploring Victoria yesterday. It was another sunny day and we enjoyed wandering around the harbour looking at all the artists work and exploring the shops. We are enjoying the book shops here as they have many books that we dont see at home. They are usually air conditioned and have comfy chairs so a great spot to spend ...
... some pictures atop the trash mountain then making our way through town. This island used to be solely and industrial area but city planners and businesses saw the potential to be a great destination and it was transformed. And the human made trash mountain is one of the queues to its past. I love these activities because I can just talk to and get to know so many different people. So far today I've met people from Switzerland and Belfast. I went on and ...
... restaurant which is where Denise's son in law is manager and sommelier. This clearly necessitated a change of clothes from trousers and top and walking sandals! So this is where the crinkle dress in the rucksack came up trumps, The meal was top drawer and the wine on the house which was a lovely gesture much appreciated. We celebrated 47 years of friendship with champagne, a Riesling and Shiraz. A lovely evening with splendid lit up views across Vancouver and the Island. Very special.
... wait for it - high school.
So, for now, we are sourcing free entertainment, maps of local destinations we are going to frequent and previewing a bit of history of the areas - a favourite past-time of mine.
Thus far, LA will consist of visits with Tracy and Brian and Bill and Clemente the wonderful folks we met on our cruise in 2013. We are so excited to see them. We ...
... Sept 7th, and on Monday morning Penny and I went to get a massage at a local place on the edge of town in a very bucolic, woodsy setting. The massage was wonderful, relaxing and peaceful. As I stepped out of the small room into the garden after the massage, a black-tailed deer doe and her fawn were grazing on the lawn, completely oblivious to my presence, almost as if they had been hired to add a pleasant yet realistic wildlife effect to the whole experience. It was ...