The Consulate Hotel
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... in there then? We turn around and wind my window down and explain that we are staying in the campground. The sheriff then says to me "well you aren’t tonight". I then tell him I can see our poor little tent still set up inside the campground so what are we supposed to do. He then lets us drive up the side road and we have to walk into the campground to pack our tent up. I ask what is going on and he says theres been a huge bushfire within the park and everyone has ...
... getting wet. Did I tell you it got warm as the day went on?
We stayed there for 12 hours, staying for Shamu's 50th celebrations and the fireworks. A blessed day... Well except for missing the bus back home... Luckily there was a taxi waiting, and what would have been an hour trip back to the hotel with bus and trolley and walk, took 15 minutes in the cab. Money well spent in retrospect as my sore, blisters saturated shoed feet were truly grateful upon ...
... was founded in 1885. The intention was to create a resort community. By 1888, the Hotel del Coronado (also known as The Del and Hotel Del) was built and the city became a major resort destination. The hotel is one of the few surviving examples of an American architectural genre: The wooden Victorian beach resort. It is the second largest wooden structure in the United States (after the Tillamook Air Museum in Tillamook, ...
Day 2 – Arrival in Victoria
We pulled along side the dock here in Victoria on time at 7:00 a.m. after a short trip of just 53 nautical miles. The weather here today will be just about perfect – sunny and 19 degrees C. We're not quite sure what they did for seven hours in the Strait of Juan de Fuca but we made it on schedule. We’re in cabin 1938, which means we are on the first floor and closer to the water than we’ve ever ...