Morningside Estate

Address: 4181 Rocky Mountain Road, Malahat, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0R 2L0, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located on 4181 Rocky Mountain Road, Malahat, is near Butchart Gardens, Bear Mountain - Mountain Course, Gowlland Tod Provincial Park, and Bear Mountain - Valley Course.
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Travel Blogs from Malahat

Being a tourist... again

A travel blog entry by seznz on Sep 17, 2013

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... seems like a nice enough city but to be honest I am not sure why everyone goes on about how wonderful it is. It has a couple of draw cards like the gardens, and the two main buildings of The Empress and the Legislative buildings but other than that I didn't really see anything that made it stand out against other cities I have visited.

Maybe I am cynical or looking in the wrong places but it was a nice city but that's all ...


A travel blog entry by mbrom on Aug 15, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... Built in 1920, it certainly is a British influence.Gra and I went to the Imax theatre-just had to see the Shackleton Antarctic drama unfold on the big screen-lots of black and white Footage from Frank Hurley interspersed with incredible huge screen video of the Antarctic glaciers and ice floes. Some of the footage of the gales on those seas made me a bit seasick! The we went to the special exhibit at the Museum ...

Relaxed and loving it

A travel blog entry by mtowle on Jul 18, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... the song with the following lyrics: Ha ha ha haaaaaaaaah Ha ha ha haaaaaaaaah Da da da da da dummmmmmmmm I have no idea, but the show did have some great acrobats, strong men, contortionists, and a lot of randomly awkward dances. After that, the crew sang an incredibly cheesy goodbye number, but then they brought the crew of the ship on stage and we got to applaud for them. After that excitement, I ditched Grandpa in the area where all of the easy listening music ...


A travel blog entry by jesska91 on Dec 28, 2012

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After work was a mad rush to get to Vancouver Island – a trip that took 3 buses, a train and a ferry! We did both tsawwassen ferry trips in the dark, which is a shame because I have been told that it is so pretty to sail across- if our poor exhausted brains had even had the capacity to process the view! First night sarah and I were put up in a 5-stack – which is Canadian for van-in-a-trailer-park by Judie Hosie's very nice and uber hungover son and his ...


A travel blog entry by gayle756 on Jul 21, 2012

8 comments, 7 photos

... between the sea and rugged mountain ranges. So rugged in fact that we had to board ferries on two occasions for hour long trips to move between the sections of roads. Unbelievably scenic. This would have to be one of the best areas in the world to cruise by yacht or kayak with a miriad of inlets, lakes and islands to explore. The water ways are protected from the weather and the ocean by the islands. Some of ...