I travelled to Victoria and stayed a few days with some family. The next few posts will show random photos of my adventures as a tourist. Above is a photo taken with permission in one of the many decadent chocolate shops in downtown Victoria, of course, within walking distance of the cruise ship terminal.
Most of the old downtown area is old and built of brick or stone.
The day we walked the streets of Victoria the sun was warm and the sky blue.
At Fisherman's Wharf where one could purchase Mexican Seafood.
This prim and innocent looking young lady was selling chocolate Moose and Elk droppings.
The flower beds were magnificent, but it was a bit disappointing that the iconic hanging flower baskets were not yet in place.
Tourists expect Totem Poles when they come to Canada, so here we find one of many.
This is one of the finest Visitor Centers you will find anywhere, right in front of the Inner Harbour, the Empress Hotel, and the Provincial Legislature. This is one of the most famous spots in all of Canada, and certainly in BC.