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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Victoria
Comfortable and loved having a pool. Room got pretty warm though. Only downfall.
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Today we picked up the car, the first time I had ever driven abroad. To say I was nervous was an understatement but now we didn't have to rely on any public transport. We had total freedom. Getting back to the hotel from the rental office was easy. However, on our way to the ferry we got horribly lost. We missed the turning and couldn't work out …
... free refills all day throughout the park) we found the carousel of custom, hand carved animals. I am a carousel animal afficiando and was just in heaven! There are a few photos of beautifully carved animals below.
We walked past native totems, flowers that towered over us both, a dancing fountain and some lifelike topiary animals.
A separate part of the Butchart Gardens is a boat tour. We pay our money and climb aboard with three ...
... does not feel like Sunday. It is a bit strange not to have a routine. Well, we do have a kind of a routine because every morning, without us having to say anything, Elena and Ariana start their homework. Well done girls! Today, we have started French and Catalan.
The sky is so blue today here in Victoria and it's a bit chilly. We have learned ...
... s Wharf at James Bay: A wharf full of fish ‘n’ chip’s, seafood
and Mexican food. Whale watching and kayaking are available from here also.
Another small, but cute area full of little colorful houseboats. Tourists visit
the wharf to eat and to see the sea lions being fed.
- Thrift shopping: a fun way to spend little to no money on second hand or vintage goods. Value village on Store St, The Patch on Yates St, WIN ...
... and saw the sea planes coming in and the cutest little water taxis I have ever seen. They inner harbour looked beautiful and was a hive of activity. I was now reaching the lower end of downtown where there were 2 buildings I wanted to see. The first was the old Empress Hotel which can best be described as an Edwardian chateau-styled hotel. It opened in 1908 and has hosted both King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. It is an awesome building. They do 'High Tea' ...