Sandman Hotel Victoria
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
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... pleased to hear us say how much we loved it.
We came back to rest before going back out for dinner. We went back along the waterfront to a place we had seen on our walk called The Docks. And it was wonderful. Greg had the Captain's Catch with mussels, clams, salmon, prawns & calamari and I had steak & lobster tail. Not cheap but a scrumptious meal in great surroundings. Walking there we heard some loud yelling coming down the street. It was a cart with about 14 people ...
... to Vancouver for three days to work which swung by and then I was back on the island the 24th December we had a Christmas Eve thing at Rob and Irenas and did a Santa swap which was so much fun and lots of drinks! Had a blast! Laughs all around really the family is really cool and chilled which we liked I fell asleep after a whole on the couch and then we headed home driving past a whole bunch of Christmas lights along our way. Christmas morning ...
... every 20 minutes.
It costs $11 CDN round trip. Instead of tickets, they stamp your right wrist with a smiley face. I remarked to the shuttle employee that I should get such a stamp. “No need,”, she said, ”Just use
spit to transfer the stamp image to someone else's wrist.” I don't think I'd want to be spit brothers with another passenger.
The Empress is named after ...
... and stuck to the fridge... (the teacher in me just can't wait until September to use my post-it notes!). But my lists were more along the lines of gluten-free recipes to try on a camp-fire and what colour of bathing suits to bring based on our stops...not really the important stuff like shelter, food, water. So, this Ying & Yang of personalities I'm hoping will at least get me to my parents house but if I do call one of you to pick me up at a bus stop in Moosejaw, ...
... seen. It was done really well with a background that seemed to expand out for a long way and actual water and sand in the close sections. We also enjoyed the old shops etc on the top floor.
Our next visit was to the ‘World of Miniatures’ that we had spotted on the way to the bus. It was not expensive so we thought we would go in, given John’s mother's interest in miniatures. Later we told Wayne and Gary at the Inn that we were surprised how much we did enjoy ...