Malahat Bungalows Motel
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... a smaller garden area just for the roses alone. The Fuschias are really neat, but difficult to describe, so I'll just post a picture. At the start of the walking path, there were hanging baskets full of flowers. A little bit further on (walking all the time past colorful flowers) we came to the Sunken Gardens. This part is probably the most well-known part of the gardens. We first came to an overlook of the gardens. There were trees ...
... We were staying at the Empress Hotel in Victoria, another 30 dollar a night deal curtosy of Sarah as it was another Fairmont Resort. Its a Victorian style building, very old but full of character. Its probably the most impressive hotel in the city. We arrived there around 3pm on the Monday so spent the afternoon walking around Downtown Victoria. Its very small in comparison to Vancouver, and had very ...
... The food tasted authentic and was prepared by a Tibetan chef named Pema. We ordered a dish called "Sha-palei" which consisted of a pan-friend dumpling filled with curried beans on top of steamed white rice. Mmmm-good! It was flavourful with just the right spices, curry, turmeric, coriander to name a few.
SO, what's the big secret? Well, this was our first time "couchsurfing." It's not really a secret per se, just a small ...
... The sun was shining for us and it turned out to be quite a nice afternoon. As it was our last night on Vancouver Island and last night with Michael we decided we'd go out for a nice dinner and then drinks. We found a newly opened restaurant by the waters edge - they had a fixe prixe for $30, so we dined extremely well, starting with mussels, oysters and then steak, salmon, all finished up with fruit cheesecake and coffee :). It was a ...
... had plenty of room. In the afternoon we went to find a laundromat (much needed) and did some groceries.
Day 2 on the Island brought us to Victoria where we went to the wax museum and the BC Museum with an IMAX presentation on the Serengeti. Weather was a little cool in the city but campfires at night kept us nice and warm.
On the 13th we took a nice long drive out to the Pacific Rim. Starting ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed