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Three Perfect Days: Victoria, B.C.

Once a rugged outpost, the serene and surprisingly balmy city of Victoria, British Columbia, is an island home to bicycle trails, whale pods and Native American culture.

Author Melissa Nix

One Response to “Three Perfect Days: Victoria, B.C.”

  1. Nightwood Says:
    August 8th, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    Victoria is a fantastic place, but Francis Rattenbury was murdered in Bournemouth, not London, and Willie's Bakery isn't exactly the oldest in British Columbia if you count the several decades when it was out of business. No local calls our most historic and prominent hotel the Fairmont — it always has been and always will be known as the Empress.