- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> and her husband Erik already have five children -- their eldest son
and then two sets of twins! Adorable kids, all of them.
Erik is in the military, and the whole family moved from Pedawawa in
Ontario to Vancouver Island not so long ago. They love it there, but
of course Melanie misses her family here in Ontario very much. They
have no extended family there in BC and I guess the military is
taking that place in their lives.
... which they did. Driving, winding, construction areas, slow traffic, fog and deer alert....... it is not an hour away 44 miles- .... slowly ... slowly .. inching along, will I miss the ferry? I was not going to start singing until I saw the ferry pull away.. I was driving and wasn't even sure if I put the van in P.. (sorry Lloyd) and jumped out of the van and sprinted (not a pretty sight) to the ferry. It was pulling away and the Ship's Captain- ...
I'm a bit behind posting for this trip to Victoria to visit friends, Tracy and Greg. So far the weather has cooperated, and within an afternoon of putzing around Victoria I remember why I like it here so much. Of course the vicinity to water and mountains doesn't hurt, along with a beautiful down town and harbour front, but it also has a really neat feel... city life with a sort of smaller town vibe, slightly bohemian with an attractive sense of healthy living... buying ...
... only at one place called Craigdarroch Castle and once there you had to wait over 2 hours before it came back again to pick you up and continue the journey, it was a little chilly as well so just as well we were rugged up as Nancy decided that to see the best of the city was again up top of the bus, when we arrived there was no one there except the girl selling tickets so we purchased them and boarded the bus and just before we left we were joined by another couple, and away ...
... any other choice outside of a hotel room ($$$), we went there. And there, the chinese front desk employee didn't speak English, the place was full of homeless people and a few junkies, and the common dorms were filthy. In the male dorm, the lockers had been broken in so many times that there were gaping holes in the metal panels. We went back to the other hostels to make absolutely sure that there wasn't any room, and there wasn't. Eventually we negotiated ...