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... I liked. The harbour is where British Columbia has its parliament and, of paramount importance in my eyes, it's where The Fairmont Empress Hotel is. I decided fairly quickly that I was never coming back to Victoria unless I could stay in the Empress. It's one of those grand old hotels that I love because it maintains traditions and has standards. And, unlike the Grand Budapest Hotel, it hasn't slipped into obscurity as time has gone on. Sure there ...
... the 5pm ferry home.
Was nice to be home in our own bed, though I slept very well in Harvey and even awake with a few more aches here at home than in the RV.
Today Denis mentioned one of the places he thought the neatest on our trip-- Saguaro National Park-- it was indeed pretty cool there even though we only drove through it because of the government shutdown. I had intended to ask him what three or four images come first to his mind ...
... we enjoyed every step of it. We had a bright sunny day to look down from the bluff at the beautiful blue water of the Strait.
Today the weather was all together different....cloudy, foggy, damp, chilly....sounds terrible doesn't it, but it wasn't. The fog obscured the Strait so you were forced to notice the beauty that was underfoot. Every little thing on the beach that had any color at all became a feature of my photos ...
... Mike, Pat and their son Liam at a nearby Laotian restaurant. Finally we met up with our friend Rudi, who we met in Ottawa, and his friends for a drink. All in all, it was a busy day of catching up and seeing old friends.
The next day I had plans to meet with my grandfather's sister who I hadn't seen in years. However my clumsiness had other plans for me and I took a spill while running and earned an impressive case of road rash. We went to a clinic to get ...
... about where you wish. We decided to take the cab and not bring our car onto the Ferry because we didn't really plan on being in Victoria for more than one afternoon.
If we go back to Canada again I will stay in Victoria, there is so much to do and see there you really need at least 3 or 4 days. If you are just going for the day you will be overwhelmed like I was, there is just to much to see. However ...