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OnBoard The B.C Ferries To Victoria, B.C.

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 One cannot miss to visit Victoria, British Columbia when in Vancouver. Just to get to Victoria is already an adventure in itself. That's why it deserves a separate post to share with you how fun, scenic and adventurous it was just to get to Victoria, B.C.,  located in Vancouver Island, separate  from mainland British Columbia. There are only two ways to get to Victoria:  the fastest way is by flying with a sea plane or take the longer and most scenic route through the BC Ferries, the publicly owned British Columbia Ferries founded since 1960 to ferry visitors and locals from Vancouver to Victoria. If you prefer to join a local tour riding through a tourist bus or drive your own car, riding the BC Ferry is the way to go. The Ferry is so huge with multi-level floors for vehicle parking, bus and trucks parking and the top floors has restaurants, cafes and lounges for the guests to relax and enjoy the view.  Sit back for now and enjoy the view as we sailed along the Bay towards the Pacific Ocean to reach Victoria, B.C through BC Ferries. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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  1. Its so beautiful Pamela, Id love to be there right now! Happy weekend! xo

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  2. What a lovely experience! And it is nice to see you among these pictures Pamela!
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Pamela lives in Toronto, Canada, currently working in Banking in the field of Credit and Finance. The Chic Delights blog has evolved into an on-line magazine about my experiences and inspirations on style, travel, people, lifestyle and current events. My features are not sponsored posts. The photographs and stories featured here are all from my own resources and experiences. [Pamela RG] (https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-43Wqs-SmwEU/UggtnO60INI/AAAAAAAAQw0/HZa9oGRC8Bc/w200-h200-no/DSCN0550.jpg)