The Parkside Hotel & Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the waster and not too far to the mall. Great location! We are continuing to enjoy other people cooking for us. Will be very difficult to get back to normal routine! We feasted on ripe blackberries from the adjoining block. I perhaps had a few too many! Also some plums and apples ripening on the ...
Meagan and Leah had left that afternoon to attend the Texas Youth Conference so we didn’t see them but our three kids hit it off with Josh and Ethan pretty quickly.
We spent lots of time talking whilst the kids played indoor basketball, darts and jungle speed amidst lots of laughter and fun.
Saturday we woke to a cooked brekkie – Mike excelled himself cooking bacon and homegrown eggs for us – ...
... architectural tour on the fourth morning there, and took lots of great photos, only a few of the very best of which I've uploaded, being mindful that not everyone finds architecture as interesting as I do! But hey, it's my blog, and you can always skip them, right? Day two was time to explore as much of Victoria as we could, and the bus hop on/off tour at the waterfront was an easy answer to this. Right in front of the magnificent Canadian Pacific Railroad hotel, The ...
... in Invermere. On our trip to Vancouver and the Island with the Silver Strings, I remember playing on the Inner Harbour Walkway. Standing there today, I had a complete flashback of that trip. It was interesting and very reminiscent.
As it was getting late, Kait walked back to the Hostel, and Meghan, Sarah-Anna and I went to look in the lobby of the Empress Hotel. AMAZING!!
We then started to walk back to the hostel, and along the way found ...
... to be outside and on the water.
The cruise across the Strait of Georgia took about 1 1/2 hours, then the drive from the ferry landing to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, took another half hour. They were having a bicycle race, the Tour de Victoria, on the island, so there were several street closures, and there were lots of people on the streets enjoying the delightful weather on a Sunday afternoon.
Once we got to ...