For One Night Only
My flight home to Nova Scotia departed from Victoria International Airport.
Michael and I arrived in Victoria the day before my flight – to spend a night there.
We arrived around 3:00pm in the afternoon, checked in… then departed to run a few errands and see some sights.
It was a cold, damp evening with a wind warning. Michael brought me along the marina to see the Parliament Building.
Along the way, Michael shared a few stories of his time in Victoria. Especially in his youth as a busker!
Victoria feels like an old city, with “Victorian” charm – and it feels very cosmopolitan as well, with its clean and tidy streets lined with beautiful shops and restaurants. Homeless people also populated the well-manicured streets.
Michael and I browsed a few shops, bought a few souvenirs, then made our way back to our warm hotel to have supper in the pub located within, called The Loft Pub! After a yummy hot meal while listening to a live band in the COVID structured pub, we headed back to our room to call it a night!
British Columbia’s Parliament Building
British Columbia’s parliament building is 123 years old. It’s a handsome sight – especially at night.
The Loft Pub
The Loft Pub, located off the lobby in the hotel we were staying at offered warmth, good food, and live music! Michael was especially excited about the pub, with its rock-n-roll theme and eye-catching art throughout the pub!