Union Club British Columbia
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... to caramel slice. It is named after a city on Vancouver Island called Nanaimo. I had been craving one for about 3 weeks because the city Nanaimo keeps popping up at work in our customer data base.
We then wondered through Chinatown. I directed us on a walking tour route and read from a pamphlet we picked up at the Visitor Centre. I really liked Chinatown. It reminded me of Melbourne. Very funky, lots of cool little cafes. I had to stop at one to get ...
... to the next , each new family member puts his or her stamp on the garden. It takes 45 minutes before the Ross Fountain repeats a design. Chris Ross brought music and fireworks displays on Saturday evenings to the venue. Robin-Lee Clark, the current "caretaker" wanted to add something for children. The carousel and Fall displays are her contribution. A staff of more than 55 full time ...
... was so beautiful. It took us about two hours to walk around and see the various cultural plots of majestic flowers. It was great that the same family still run it today. After the gardens we made our way to the ferry this time giving ourselves plenty time. Turns out we got there so early we got on the one before. This meant that we had more time with the car at Vancouver. We checked in at the Sandman Hotel at ...
... Ladies enter free on thursdays and boys pay $8 entry. Cheap drinks $3.50 for spirits and $3.45 for beers. Good venue, good fun and great to dance the night away.
- 9one9 on Yates is a good place to attend events. I went to adventure club rave and Zed's dead here. Pendulum, Odesza and other entertainment were also played during my stay.
- Lucky: Monday nights is 90's night. Fun with great 90's music. $5 entry.
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After out two nights in the hostel, we were looking forward to our stay with Carol and Bruce's friends, John and Jennifer who live north of Victoria. We had planned to arrive at their place at about 5.30 as both John, a town planner and Jenifer, a doctor dinished work around that time.
On the way to Victoria, Carol and Bruce drove us to a lovely little town called Chemainus-noted for it's murals depicting ...