Sandman Hotel Victoria
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... a tank of gas for £45. The hire guy then realised that the small fiat we had booked needed to be back before the end of our hire so we got a free upgrade to a Toyota Matrix! By this time it was 9.45 & we had arrived at the airport at about 8! It was when we got in the car that I realised that I had only ever driven my mums automatic & I couldn't work out how to get the car in gear! A quick trip to the booth & I had a crash course in Automatic driving. ...
... hours I have ever spent on a boat! We opted for the smaller boat which only holds 12 but is a faster, bumpier ride, (it is like the boats the coastguards use) it was soo fast and bumpy at times and sooo cold as well but a real thrill ride, the weather was overcast and windy further out of the bay and at one point it looked like we were heading into the eye of the storm, at a rate of knots. Unfortunately The Orca’s had moved up ...
... challenge. Another hour was spent on the phone with her, but in the end, we got the destinations we wanted, pretty close to the dates we wanted, and it was business cl************* way (except for the final flight from Vancouver to Victoria).
We still had a bit of a circuitous route but we agreed that this was pretty good, and having dates meant that we could start planning an itinerary. So .... the final outcome:
Victoria, British Columbia is our final port of the Alaskan Inland Waterway Cruise. It will be our shortest stay of all of the ports on the cruise. Although the ship docks at 7:00AM in the morning, we are now accustomed to the rhythm of the cruise which is get up when you wake up and go to bed when you get sleepy, but never at anytime get hungry. Always eat first. So we awoke, dressed and went to breakfast. Today we decided to eat in the formal dining room. It was a ...
... black bear, and stopped off at Murchie's for so-called afternoon tea. It would have cost $60 at The Empress, so we decided on the tea room on Government street instead, not that we had afternoon tea, in fact I had a peppermint hot chocolate and some soup. I don't think the chocolate would have helped my headache, but I thought it would do me better than coffee, and I wanted the comfort of a mug of hot chocolate. Even if it did come in a cup and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility