Traveller's Inn Extended Stay
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... Empress of India. It was completed in 1908 a few years after she died. The hotel was designed by Francis Rattenbury, the
same architect who designed the nearby Government Building. It is
steeped in Edwardian opulence. Afternoon tea there is an event.
We chose the Empress blend tea and were given a souvenir box of the same to take with us.
It was a glorious day.
... in the distance. Tanya and I were on the wrong side of the boat and just missed this sighting. Lori was moved to tears at the sight and Tanya and I were bummed at our first small dose of bad luck. Hopefully, there would be many more sightings of killer whales in the future.
We landed on the island and were back in the vans speeding towards Victoria while hashing out our walkie-talkie handles. I was leaning towards "Dr. Bigfoot." After a 30 minute ...
... get home.
From the gardens we were taken into Victoria and had a guided tour. Gordo dropped us off at the Chateau Victoria Hotel. We checked in and our room number is 1210. The room is fantastic. It had a lovely king sized bed, desk, table and chairs, kitchenette, bathroom and a safe!! So much better then our previous room.
We went out exploring and found ourselves at Steamship for tea. Nicola had the Organic roast chicken and Stephen had ...
... 7 days for $2; 1 month for $3 -- or $8 for a year if you subscribe through the website instead of via the installed app), not a lot of people were using it fully in the park, so the predicted waits for each ride were not augmented with enough real-time posts to make the information as useful as it could be.
For a friend that went to Disneyland the week after we did, I installed a second app ...
... who died before it was finished. His family lived there for many years but eventually sold the property which was home to a military hospital, a college, and a music conservatory. Now owned by the Historical Society, it has been largely refurbished to its original splendor. No expense was spared in its construction; the wood, marble and stained glass are beautiful.
In the afternoon we drove to the famed Butchart Gardens. They are indeed ...