The Oswego Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Démarrage au ralenti après la fatigue d'hier. Il fait toujours très beau. La vue est superbe avec l'éclairage du matin. Départ 10 h - Découverte de Victoria. On décide d'utiliser le "Big Bus" comme à Vancouver. Bonne idée à l'unanimité ! Avec les arrêts aux endroits stratégiques, on …
8 heures - Départ pour l'île de Vancouver. L'horaire est respecté car nous sommes attendus chez une amie française d'Aline avant de prendre le ferry de 10 heures. L'embarquement se fait comme en France. Beaucoup de monde pour un jeudi, il y a encore pas mal de touristes ! La météo est superbe, une véritable journ …
... too. And, it was so-o-o smooth! Wonderful meal! Wonderful smells and met some pretty nice people! We REALLY needed to walk that meal off, so we headed down Government Street. By this time, the shops were closed, but not the Empress Hotel Bengal Lounge. At Pat and John Leikhim's suggestion, we went and had a drink there. It was very old world plush. And, our $10 drinks were cheaper than high tea per Dave and Vicki! The anniversary couple from the restaurant also told us ...
... minivans. We were soon bantering back and forth on our walkie-talkies on our way to Victoria. Tanya and Lori, the master minds of the trip, had purchased ferry tickets to get us with our vehicles to the island. Again, the smoothness of the travel was unsettling. We arrived early and inquired if we could catch the 5:00 pm ferry despite our original 6:00pm request. We were granted early access and after abandoning our vans in line for the ferry we spent the ...
... and we met the bus driver, Gordo. We found seats three rows from the front. The bus picked up a few other people from a couple of other hotels and then we were on our way.
We bussed to the ferry. The driver gave us an excellent commentary - he was very informative. The ferry crossing took 90 minutes and we found a good spot on the open deck for the journey. Vancouver Island was where we were headed. We bought a grilled chicken and salad pack to ...