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... anything that appealed to us, so we mainly read and watched tv all day, and ate, of course! That's about all there was to do! LOL
We finally began seeing land about 5:30 p.m. while we were at dinner. We sat with some really fun people--a family of 3 sisters with their dad that were from Portland, Maine and another couple that was from Chicago. They were telling me that their flight home didn't leave from ...
... tower shadow.
They are quicker than texting. Whenever one of us went out of earshot of everyone else -- going to the bathroom, running off to FastPass, etc -- they'd take one of the talkies.
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... s not that big but I managed to find secluded neighborhoods with century homes, walked the harbor front to see house boats and checked out wharfs in search of seals I could feed. My brother showed me a video of him feeding them and I just had to see for myself... without any success I'm afraid. Old man Willard Today we took a ferry to Salt Spring island. If you have ever seen the Beachcombers TV show from early 80‘s Canadian TV, ...
... rained all freaking day!
Got some shots of The Empress, the harbour and of course the Parliament Legislative Buildings - the big draw cards to Victoria. I have to say, I have been to London, New York and on a cruise but I have never seen as many camera's in one place than I have when I was in that area of Victoria... pretty much every single person I saw had a camera of some sort. Whether it ...
... which housed some of the first merchants. The buildings have been well restored and the historical society have placed plaques on the external walls which briefly outline the building's role in the history of Victoria. We continued on until we reached Market square. Market Square is an established marketplace which has been around since the beginnings of Victoria. There are some permanent stores in the old brick buildings which create the boundaries of the ...
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