Riviera Inn Motel
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... this very terminal where cruise ships were moored and used for overflow hotels during the recent Olympic Games.
Soon our friend arrived and we were off on a walking tour and some grand visiting with this dear Canadian Lady. Soon the sun appeared revealing the magnificence of the geography surrounding this beautiful place; small sea planes rose to the skies headed for Victoria, ferries sailed back and forth, and small boats of every kind plied ...
... and are by no means cute and cuddly. Some can carry diseases too. We actually learned, via a sign at the other end of the trail, that a deer's hooves can be sharp and scratch and cut you. Thankfully, the tourist too close to the deer only got some pictures and walked away unharmed. The deer eventually left the trail, allowing us to continue on our way. We walked past the very fortunate tourist whose only question to us was, "did you get ...
We awoke to a heavy fog. The tent, inside and out, was damp due to the fog. Also, it was about 55 degrees. Alexa and I were the first people at the tide pools a bit after 7:00a.m. We couldn't see across to Victoria, BC, but we were able to see all of the rocky area where we were walking. We spent about an hour searching for sea life. In addition to everything we saw yesterday, we were able to find many more purple urchins as well ...
When I first budgeted this trip, I planned on the four of us (Julie, me and the two younger kids) flying down during spring break. Then I wondered how much more it would be to bring along my (much) older daughter, her husband and step-daughter.
It turns out, it's pretty expensive to fly 7 people from Victoria to LA!
But then I thought about driving. It turns out that for the same cost as flying the four of us, I ...
... to Victoria was on the main highway which was tree lined and also gave glimpses of the sea. We arrived at about 5pm but had no trouble getting to the Inn in spite of peak hour traffic.
The Inn is all the website said, and more!! I will have to take photos of it tomorrow – but it has a library (where guests can have complimentary tea at 3pm and sherry at 6pm) a choice of the conservatory or the original dining room for ...
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