The Parkside Hotel & Spa
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... several of Andrew's friends as well as friends we met in Mexico who live in Victoria and nearby towns. Our calendar was full every day!
1) Walked all over Victoria (loved China Town)
2) Drove all over greater Victoria;
3) One night in Nanaimo with Ian & Ellen, toured Nanaimo River Fish Hatchery
Today we headed back to Victoria steph had a hair appointment at11, so that gave us the slower start to the morning we needed. We headed to chapters a book shop with a children's floor we spent easily an hour playing with the toys then headed upstairs for coffee n juice and connected to the free wifi it was a good chance to face time so we caught up with both sets of grandparents which was nice then headed out for a wonder we found the market and went back to ...
... we were revived enough to go out to Bubbas a local restaurant recommended by our hosts, Paulanne and David. This was originally named after a Jewish nonna and has wholesome food with lots of gluten free options for Richard and Susan. We all enjoyed our meal.
We slept on a cloud high in the sky and all raved about our beds in the morning.Especially after the night ...
Our first stop? The laundrette! The second, a shopping
centre. We breakfasted at lunch time in Tim Holten’s. Tim Holten’s is one of those places you see
on every highway, and we had no idea what it served. Tim Holten it turns out is a purveyor sandwiches
and doughnuts – little flavoured bundles of concentrated fat and sugar in
bright colours. Mind you, they didn’t have maple syrup and bacon doughnuts,
which we just had to ...
Woke up without alarms around 9:00, and stumbled to breakfast at The Blue Fox Cafe, a place Brian found on YELP. There was a line, which is usually a good sign. The breakfast was excellent, and whilst eating we planned our day. Today was for re-grouping after two very long days culminating in the much anticipated ferry from Washington to Victoria BC. After breakfast, we stopped at a cigar shop and ...