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After supper at the hotel, we drove down to the harbour for some Friday evening people watching and viewing. The BC Legislature is all lit up at night and is quite striking (however, this cannot be very eco friendly). The waterfront had the usual groupings of buskers and musicians but those are always entertaining.
Bed sounds like a welcome place.
Tomorrow is last day in la-la land.
On the three hour ferry from Seattle to Vancouver Island I not only crossed the border between the USA and Canada but also rode the waves of an earthquake. A military man I shared a table with looked down at his iphone and said we were sailing an earthquake at 3.2 on the Richter scale. I must admit it was a little bumpy over the Salish Sea.
This sedate tsunami was a precursor to my first week in calm, quaint and cool Victoria, the capital of British Columbia and biggest city ...
... really nice to be in a house and just chill. Sarah got an interview with a guy tomorrow for a sales rep position, I was going to go to but thought it wouldn't suit me at all. Sarah has to dress smart professional so we went shopping for some new clothes for her. We found some really nice things!! Back to our house to chill! 4229 Wilkinson Road Saanich ...
... Very entertaining!
- The Empress Hotel: take a free tour through the Empress and see the old ballrooms, have high tea or dine in the restaurant inside. The outside is surrounded by a white archway and beautiful flowers. The queen stayed here once.
- Parliament house: Beautiful architecture with a gold centrepiece. It is surrounded by a beautiful fountain, Indigenous totem poles and trees. Tourists and locals lay on the grass during the ...
Saying goodbye to Seattle we headed off on a nice slow trip to Vancouver Island. Again seeking out the scenic route, we weaved through country roads lined with farmers crops and later tall, tall trees, making our way to the first ferry of the day. The first crossing was fairly short, dropping us at the end of Whitbey Island. We stopped often, taking side roads and coming across beautiful ...