James Bay Inn Hotel, Suites & Cottage
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Imagine going on a 2,5 day trip to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada. It will take about 3 hours to get there and you feel the pressure on your ears while driving through the mountains. You would probably never experience this trip, but I will try to talk you through it as if you were there, because it was awesome.
... understanding of Viking culture. Their impressive craftsmanship in textile, tools, boat building & jewelry was quite developed. They also had intricate key designs.
Other random factoids: Odin, god of war and death, sky, poetry and wisdom, sacrificed an eye in exchange for knowledge and had an 8-legged horse. Freyja, the ...
... our photos improved by the end of the tour.
The gardens really were great. For two hours we explored each section and took hundreds of photos. We learned as we went that in the 1920's the area was converted from a limestone quarry to a garden and that over 50 gardeners are needed to maintain the property. We also learned that arriving early is key as by 10:30 AM the place was teaming with tourists that proved almost impossible to crop out of ...
... of us. We wonder how his 14-year old body and brain will adapt to the upcoming routines of not having any routines. A final farewell to David & Rufus. As usual, Rufus quickly finds his way to the truck's back seat looking every bit ready to enjoy whatever and wherever comes next. Victoria's tourist season is well under way and the mess of traffic searching ...
... interested in doing a similar cycle trip (and to remind myself for the next trip), I will do a post on the most useful items we took with us. My limited wardrobe this time worked out really well and there were other things we took that made the whole experience easier. #1 on that list I think would be my iPad. We used Google Maps (no wifi needed) to tell us where the hell we were sometimes when the cycle route maps and signage let us down or we made a ...