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Historic Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour of James Bay
"Explore historic James Bay one of Vancouver Island's oldest residential districts. As you travel by horse-drawn carriage you'll see amazing heritage buildings including the 1871 birthplace of Emily Carr stunning stained glass windows and delightful gardens. The invigorating smell of salt air and the beauty of the Strait of Juan de Fuca will take your breath away as your carriage turns to roll down Dallas Road. See the Washington snow-capped Olym this tour may instead guide you through historic downtown introducing you to the history of Old Towne Victoria
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Chinatown and Hidden Alleys Pedicab Tour
"History and beautiful architecture are featured on this tour. From First Nations to stern British Colonists rugged Klondikers to hardy Chinese immigrants Victoria has seen them all. Be entertained with a few ghost stories as you pass Victorian shops that have been in business for over a century. The downtown flavor will come in the shape of street performers fine chocolate first class cigars opium dens and gambling halls of the past. Discover Victoria's hidden secrets as you roll through the streets and alleys. This tour is seasonal and only operates from February through to November."
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Victoria Bird and Sea Lion Tour
"October through to April is still a little early to see the resident pods of killer whales or Orcas as they are still out in the open Pacific Ocean hunting salmon. However because nature is unpredictable there is always a chance that these majestic marine mammals will be in the area when you are out on your adventure. You might also be lucky enough to see some members of the transient killer whale population who are also known to swim in the waters near regardless of the chances of seeing an Orca there is a tremendous experience awaiting you. California sea lions weighing in at 500 pounds (225 kilos) lie on the rocks catching the last rays of the sunshine after a hard day of fishing. Dall's porpoise speedily dart to and fro off the bow of your boat. Bald eagles swoop down and land on a rock face overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Victoria BC
From CAD110.00

Green Cuisine Tips (3)

Green Cuisine

After a few years of grumbling, I managed to convice my meat-and-potatoes father to take me to Green Cuisine, an all-vegan buffet. Rather than being all-you-can-eat, Green Cuisine lets you take what...
Jetgirly
Apr 04, 2011

Green Cuisine

Buffet style. Priced per grams so can be expensive if you don't "weigh" your options (careful rice is heavy). Good soup cheap too. I never like their Tempeh (though I think that is what is supposed to...
biophilia
Jul 24, 2005

The Green Cuisine

The fact that I know exactly what the ingrediants are, owing to the fact that I have food allergies. It is cafeteria like, and vegetarian, but all ingrediants are listed, and you serve yourself. This...
Victoriab
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Market Square

Market Square dates from the late 1800s. This was a time when Victoria was enjoying rapid growth and prosperity due to all the gold prospectors passing through on their way to seek their fortunes in...
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Bastion Square

Bastion Square is located in an area that was originally established by the Hudson’s Bay Company in 1843 as Fort Victoria. From this Fort the Hudson Bay Company traded with First Nations people to...
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Maritime Museum of British Columbia

The Maritime Museum is a great museum to visit if you are a maritime fan. Not only fixed maritime objects are on display, but the museum has new exhibitions changing from time to time. What to think...
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Harbour ferries

Well known for its charming city center the picturesque harbor, is a manageable on walking and explore the charming harbor and main city streets without paying for needless tours. The harbor area...
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Fisherman's Wharf

FIsherman's Wharf is Victoria's hidden treasure waiting for discovery! It's so close to downtown, and has a vibrant atmosphere with funky floathomes, fishing vessels and marine life! You get a front...
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City Hall

Victoria City Hall is located on Douglas Street and Pandora Avenue. It was completed in 1890 and was designed by architect John Teague. Outside there was a statue and a memorial to Victoria's...
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Getting to Green Cuisine

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560 Johnson

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  • Sunday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Monday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 20:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 20:00

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