Super 8 Saanichton/Victoria Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... unfriendly looking guys with tats all over his face walking towards us up the street. Time to hide the camera. We were in Indian territory and this didn't look good. The only good shot of the logs was from out he front of their small cemetery; which we also declined to do out of respect. We decided that this was no place for us so we got out of there. Along the way up the coast yesterday we saw a sign to Chemainus touting that ...
... seems to be in panic mode doing their shopping. Large bunches of flowers here are $29.95! They also seem to be over the top with Halloween. Ever since the 6 of us landed in LA at the end of August we have noticed the Halloween theme building momentum. Rosedale, not far from Harrison Hot Springs, is a very picturesque town - very appealing and neat and tidy. Chilliwack was the next on our agenda because it has a cute name and the people we met a few days ago (who ...
The Basic Idea
- We want to live and travel for up to 6 months in a warm climate during the winter months.
- We want to return to Victoria for Xmas and the summer months ( April - Oct), to be with family and friends and to work and maintain our Canadian benefits.
- We do not want to ...
I had so looked forward to seeing this garden and I was not disappointed. In fact, I was simply awed by its beauty. To give you some history, there used to be a limestone quarry on the place and when they stopped working the quarry, the wife of the owner decided that she was going to plant a garden in this big hole. That part of the garden is called the Sunken Garden and words simply do not describe its beauty. They have also added a Rose Garden, ...
... 50% of the year due to cloud and mist cover as
the damp westerly winds from the coast climb up the mountain slopes. After taking pictures we did the same as other visitors and fooled around in the snow which had been piled high by the clearance crews around the parking area, large chunks of it showing the eerie blue green colour beneath them that one sees below big icebergs. All of the remaining roads around the lake were still closed and the crews say that they ...