Traveller's Inn Extended Stay
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... on board instead of a rushed and quick walk nearby in the cold. Enjoyed a delicious meal so all was well.Maybe we will get back to Victoria, BC, one day, especially to see the Butchart Gardens that we hear so much about.We hope the fraud squad catches up with whoever stole our credit card details.The card was used in Fort Lauderdale once by us to pay for the motel. We have learned to never let your card out of your ...
... created a safe harbour for Sooke. The lovely Geri and Doug at Salty Towers were supremely welcoming and we felt so at home in the lovely annex that had its own kitchen. We've made our own "fridge" box (coz we couldn't find a chiller bag anywhere in Bamfield) and have been keeping our salmon and halibut cold on our travels, so we were able to heat it up on the barbecue, throw together another salad and have yet another yummy dinner. And the moonlight ...
... was also mining and whaling displays..
Outside to my delight there were displays of Totem Poles from various regions of BC..
The great thing about this display was that each pole had full information about its history and meaning as the tribe and location it had come from.
What we had planned on being a two hour visit ended up being 4 hours...
... 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 ...
... warnings to trucks about steep hills and we pass many lanes for vehicles whose brakes have failed. The temperature rises from 2 degrees to 10 degrees in a fairly short time.
We had plans to stop in Coquihalla Park but the rain is still persisting so we decide to keep moving on and hope that our stop in Bridal Veil ...