Sandman Hotel Victoria
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... was just a-w-e-s-o-m-e. I was in the beginner group, but I think I'm a pretty fast learner. I also saw a squirrel up there, pretty cute. I really enjoyed the downhill parts. I can't wait to go again next week. I also learned that it's some kind of workout (I am a little bit sore) and you get really warm and sweaty, so next time not that many layers.
... for multimillions were mentioned, usually by the waterside. In general the real estate prices did not seem too different to those in Nelson.
We drove through an area that was originally gated and with very strict rules. A committee had to approve your house before building to ensure it was different from all the other properties. I was surprised to be told this regulation began in the 1950’s. We then drove past an undeveloped area. It appears that development was not ...
... the mirror and was surprised the guy behind the counter didn't just laugh his head off when he saw me!
I kept local because of the weather & late hour but I did manage to go to Miniature world, which was freaking amazing! I only spent 45 minutes there because I went later in the day, I did want to go back another day but I didn't get around to it. It ...
... of the rocky cliffs and secluded beaches along the shoreline. After soaking up the vistas we hightailed it north back to our hostel via Cook St village. We stocked up on snacks at the local convenience store and rode past the cute cafes which adorned the tree lined high street. Within a few minutes we were back in our hostel getting rugged up for our orca expedition. We had an hour to ride back to Chinatown, drop off the bikes and then walk back to Fishermans wharf. ...
... 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' ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility