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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Another gorgeous day. Victoria is full of old buildings, beautiful old brick buildings. It has a bit of a Wellington vibe. I like this place, I think I like it the best of all the cities we have visited.
- We visited Fan Tan Alley. It looks like a tiny space in between two brick buildings, then you walk in and shops open up on either side. It looks like it's having a bit of a makeover. One shop was very cool, all the ...
... we stood right at the front of the boat and seen the dogs jump up to attention on hearing the sound of the engine Harrison was soooo pleased to see them again, we walked through the closing market, collecting a free balloon shaped like a harly Davison n looking at stalls along the way we had a beer shared some tacos n headed back to our b n b. yet again Steph we had an amazing day.... Sad that it's the last day with Steph but what a way to end it :-) Sent from my ...
... Serious Coffee, which I could easily get addicted to. And I'm currently at a local place called Franelli's, enjoying a cappuccino and the friendly environment.
Arrived Thursday and had an opportunity to poke around downtown, stop by the Moksha Yoga studio to say hi, walk along the harbour front, admire the famous Empress Hotel where we stayed way back in 1981 for university volleyball nationals, wander around James Bay where Carmen and I stayed for our ...
... few days in Lovely Edmonton and getting to meet a new friend in Shelley and saying g,day to another old friend Val (she does awesome pumpkin cheese cake), we had to fly to Vancouver and then over night it there and hop on a bus to the lovely island of Vancouver and to its capital Victoria. The bus picked us up at the hotel and it was a big one there were only us and the driver on it by the time it had done its hotel pick up there was about 6 people on the bus we got to the ...
... skins now included Chinese Buttons. These changes reflect the people the First Nations were coming in to contact with, the Europeans, the Chinese, those from the Indian subcontinent. Not only did this change the art but it changed the structure of their society and the diseases they were exposed to.
Over time this lead to a dilution of First Nations culture through both evangalisation and death through diseases, from which ...