*This trip was provided by Westin! Thanks for following along!
It is official, we are obsessed with Canada. I really cannot get over how STUNNING it is here, how kind (and happy) everyone is and of course the amazing food. We had about 5 hours last night in Downtown Victoria and it was the best. We started our night by being dropped off at Fisherman’s Wharf.
We went straight for ice cream and sea otter watching. Salted caramel in a waffle cone for the win.
We walked around for some time and then jumped on a water taxi.
The taxi took us straight to RED FISH BLUE FISH. We stood in line for 45 minutes for our dinner and it was worth every minute of waiting. Andrew and I could not get over how good it was… I don’t think I’ll be able to go back to fish and chips anywhere else after these.
BC Halibut for my fish and chips and seared tuna tacones. When we come back (because we have told each other at least a dozen times that we will be back with the kiddos to Victoria), we will be eating here again.
The view from our table was pretty great.
Over and over again he proves that we are meant to be together:
We ate our candy on the grass at the parliament building.
And then we went walking again… according to Andrew’s Garmin, we walked about 10 miles yesterday.
A bike tour was needed to see some more of the city.
One of my favorite stops—> Fan Tan Alley in Chinatown!!! The littlest, cutest alley I’ve ever seen.
A stop in a REAL bookstore (Munro’s) to browse around and pick up souvenirs for Knox and Brooke.
And then our driver brought us back to the hotel. Over the last few days we have become really good friends with Ken. He is the best… everyone here is so incredibly nice. We lucked out.
Oh and this is how we started our day… we will talk more about this tomorrow. GOODNIGHT!!!!!
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