BEST WESTERN PREMIER Prestige Oceanfront Resort
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Nice location on the water just past the main town of Sooke. Hotel is clean and modern, nice restaurant, pool, fitness center and spa.
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Spent the night in Sooke at the Best Western Oceanfront Resort. Nice, clean hotel right on the water. Went for a nice walk along Whiffen Spit. Enjoyed evening at hotel and then went for a hike at East Sooke Park on New Years Day.
Nice bus ride from Dublin. About 4 hours and cost €22 each. We were helped shown the way to hotel by a friendly lady from Castleconor. Our hotel was only a out 4 or 5 blocks from hotel but Alice had a difficult time with her new suitcase with spinner wheels. We had a nice lunch in hotel overlooking the MoyRiver. We walked up town and purchased a harp shaped necklace each. This wee town has at least a dozen dress shops!!!!. Enjoyed a glass of wine that evening and watched a ...
... for quite awhile, Mom and I decided to head back to where the coach would be picking us up. On the way there, we took pictues at the photo window - a place where they plant a huge array of many colourful flowers.
We also stopped at the souvenir shop where I did my form of shopping - picture shopping. I like to take pictures of things I find interesting. It is a lot cheaper than actually buying the item and I still get ...
... just outside Victoria in the morning - acres and acres of different divine types of gardens - an Italian garden, a Japanese garden, a rose garden and various other styles.
In the afternoon, we took a float plane scenic flight over Victoria and the south east peninsula of Vancouver Island. Taking off from the water of the harbour was a novel experience for both of us but the take-off and landing were both very smooth indeed. ...
... history of the village. Footprints on the pavement take you from one to another. This, and the other villages we visited, truly feel like they are from another time from decades ago. Small local shops, where everyone has a time to chat. Very lovely, and I hope they remain sustainable, instead of giving in to big name brands making every high street look like a clone.
Duncan was a little bigger. Duncan's claim to fame is their Totem poles. 80 ...