Union Club British Columbia
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... s tour was our overview and then did a double lap to get us back to Beacon Hill Park. Victoria is the garden capital of BC. With a moderate climate, that classifies meltdown heat wave conditions at 25 degrees, a meagre 50 cms of rainfall per annum, perhaps surprisingly the city and suburbs are rich with green all year round and a myriad of flower varieties are in a constant cycle of bloom. Tall conifers mingle with azaleas and pines, in fact, ...
... Overcast, Rain, Southerly Force 6, 1002.2 mb, 15o C. Saturday 30 August 2014. Victoria, Canada. Various southerly courses were set across the North Pacific Ocean, entering "Juan de Fuca Strait" in the afternoon, which is located between Washington State and Vancouver Island, the local Pilot boarded at 1730, and headed north towards the harbour, first line at 1800. Departed wharf at 2350, moving out of the Port control, set various courses into ...
... that goes along the shore for ten miles or so. We were amazed at the number of beautiful homes on this road - wondered if some of them are summer homes for people who live in other cities, or if Victoria's economy is REALLY booming!
Back to the ferry and "home" to Vancouver. As we came across the water, we could see Mt Baker in the far distance. I told James I really love it ...
... the other passing famous landmarks such as 'The Empress' Fairmont Hotel and the Parliamentary Buildings.
After admiring the bay and watching all the boats come in and out of the harbor we went off in search of a restaurant for dinner.
At 9pm we found a bench looking over the harbor to watch the sunset. Once the sun has gone down all 3,333 lights on the Parliamentary Buildings light up. A spectacular sight!
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... wasn't the pastry place! We walked around the night markets and Andrew had a shiatsu massage for 20 mins. The kids and I browsed through the gift shop while we waited. We walked up the street trying to decide what to have for dinner. A guy with a sandwich board on talked us into trying a Vietnamese restaurant. It was really nice! Le petit Saigon. By the time we finished dinner it was after 9.30! Back to the motel for an early start ...