The Parkside Hotel & Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Home again...September 6th
I'm happy that we packed last night before bed. This morning we enjoy our breakfast as we look out over Victoria Harbor one last time, and soon set off to the bus stop.Jeff has figured out that land transpotation for this whole trip has cost us exactly $20 Canadian or about $18.50 US. Bus fare is only $2.50 ...
... love, heaven, happiness, or success. It is used sometimes as a figure of speech to represent something much sought after that may not even exist, or, at least, may not ever be found. There is also a whole lot of information about the Spanish and an early chief covering himself in gold dust and a lost city etc. That was all a bit too much to digest!
I just love the way technology is used these days to get the message across. ...
... The staff and the decor were really cool, def worth trying if ever you come to Victoria. With our food babies, we cruised downtown and wandered around the souveneir shops and the harbour.
The girls skating was really good. The rink was of course quite cold, but I guess that's to be expected in an ice rink. Kerri made us Pierogi's for dinner, which were a dough filled with mashed potato and either cheese, onion or bacon (we had all three). They were delicious!!!
... is a beautiful city located on a small bay facing Into the Pacific Ocean. The 150 + year old Empress Hotel is the focal point of the Inner Harbor and our Marriott is right behind it. Great view from our corner room. After checking into the Marriott, we took a tour bus to Butchart Gardens which is about 20 miles north of the Inner Harbor. This gardens is world class and was started in ...
... and coffees. They are also open late at night for Hookah.
- Make sure you try tradition Canadian Poutine whilst in Canada. It's their national food. Fries, Gravy and curds of cheese. Waffles with traditional maple syrup is also a must. West Coast Waffles is the place to go!
- Canadian's are also pretty big on their Caesers: a drink with vodka, tomato juice, celery and bacon. Sounds interesting hey. I wasn't a fan but i know a lot of ...