James Bay Inn Hotel, Suites & Cottage
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... day. We drove down to Fort Victoria RV park, near Victoria the city. This is largest permanent resident park we have visited. It is an "official" site with the RR tracks and fire station right beside the park. Walmart is not in sight though. The ice cream man makes his round through here. Next We are told how and where to catch the city bus to the downtown water front area. We Found the bus stop with help from another couple. There was No ...
... and then.. when it was really late, we left alone in from the check in stand realized that my ESTA document for San Francisco (our first planned stop) was expired. Although there was still some time and we could have gotten the waver for this document she decided that it was too late and that we can not make it for this flight. By this time Oliver was so nervous as he had another connection through Tokyo and feared ...
... we then had about a 3 hour wait for the little Dash 8 plane for the 15min ride to Victoria (Vancouver Island)
Lovely sunny day, it was straight forward to transfer since the domestic and the International sections were adjacent and we could walk there.
Domestic Canadian airlines are very casual since a) you can get standby tickets - I heard several anouncements saying that so-and-so flight was full and the standby passengers were being transferred to the next ...
... assessing students. I'd managed to see all four cousins on my trip. He dropped me off at the Royal BC Museum and I spent the next few hours there. The exhibition on the race to the South Pole was fascinating. Collecting exhibits from around the world it compared Scott's and Amundsen's preparations, and it was interesting to see the expedition from a Norwegian point of view. They were much better prepared. I stayed ...
... still houses a caretaker and occasionally researchers. The orcas have been known to come through this area because of the high seal population but they moved on from here early this morning. Our guide wanted us to be able to get up close with the seals and said we would be able to scoot over to where the orcas were later when most of the other tour boats would be leaving or had left. We trusted him...15 years experience whale watching in Victoria's waters...that ...