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... the last 1/2 hour video of the Tracey Arm cruise from yesterday, it was good to see the video shot by the professionals.
At 1245 I went to the theatre for a talk by the Second Officer on Navigation, from the Bridge perspective, he was very good explaining everything about the ship, engines, running of the ship, generation, food, hospitality, etc, etc, a lot to take in, but very interesting.
Then lunch upstairs on the 15th floor. I played ...
... br> our final night at the Empress we are eating the Empress Room, last night was a more casual meal on their veranda, it was so sunny that they issued us with dark glasses till the sun went down. A perfect sunset with no wind and no insects.
The final night was formal in that I was asked to wear a collared shirt - don't I always.
Baronial hall with high decorated ceilings. We had halibut which is a lovely fish we do not have in Sydney. A great finish to our stay in Victoria
... 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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... or actually scary now. That lady was way TOO OLD to be a traveling guest in such a place and what was even more irritating, she was sitting on her bed, looking at me funny while her PANTIES were dangling from the hook on the upper bunk bed... Uff. I grabbed my laptop and headed back down to the dining area. I guess having to listen to the blonde hippie-wanna-be-guitarist-singer entertaining everyone was less disturbing than what I had just ...
On Jan 3, 2014 at 12:00 we left Victoria, BC on the Anacortes ferry. The custom guy was a bit cranky with us. He must of had razors in his cereal for breakfast.The day was sunny but cold. There was no food on this ferry because apparently the contract expired and was not renewed. A long 3 hour trip. I was depending on having food on the ferry but that didn't happen but I did manage to pull a piece of bread out of the refrigerator. After 2.5 hours once we got off the ferry ...