Sandman Hotel Victoria
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... to walk down to Fisherman's Wharf, which is a couple miles from our hotel, and, coincidentally, we have to walk by the boat show. WOW! John was right! These boats are gorgeous! There were many boats open for the public to board and one of my favorites was the "Olympus." Built in 1929, the Olympus was top notch in all regards.The owner was on board, and, I don't know, maybe Jeff looks wealthy (probably the Tilley), but she wanted to discuss with him that the Olympus ...
... Since then she has travelled extensively throughout Canada. Our bus driver will be Les. It looks like we have a nice group of people to tour with. 3 from NZ, 5 from WA, a few from NSW and the majority of the 37 on the tour are from Victoria. I hope the Eagles and Dockers stay where they are on the AFL ladder, we should be able to have some fun with those Victorians over the next few ...
... suggest a kayak paddle for tomorrow but Marathon Man has claimed continuing injury issues so we will need to stick to the bus and the feet! Dinner was done at 8.30 and the next challenge was to catch the sun as it set over the Inner Harbour. Our timing was perfect and we jostled with the other photographers on the viewing platform outside The Empress. This part of BC is all about tourists and visitors. The bus driver told us that Victoria is ...
... was our official plate. It took some doing to get it across to the boys just how far north we came from: "The Northwest Territories...Go straight north from here to get to Yukon, then go east...Way further north than North Dakota...Think the Arctic Circle." That's when the confused eyes got wide. The mom suggested they should look at a map when they get a chance. When we went through US customs in Port Angeles the officer asked where we ...
... headed North for our next port of Skagway. Weather; Overcast, S.E. Force 3, 1019.2 mb, 11o C. Thursday 28 August 2014 Skagway. Having steamed through Stephens Passage, and up Lynn Canal, we reduced speed on approaching the port of Skagway, berthing with first line ashore at 0632 all tied up at 0707. Lines were wet go at 1656, full away on passage, retracing steps down to Chatham Strait towards the open sea, once at sea, we set various courses ...