Come Fly With Me – Victoria, BC

Hey guys! It’s Aspen, and today I am back to share with you all some photos from my recent trip up north to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada!

A few nights ago, my father had spontaneously called me, asking if I wanted to go on a motorcycle trip up to Victoria, leaving the next morning, and I said yes! While I was there, I took some picture whilst  in Victoria and Lund, British Columbia.

If anyone’s wondering, my father had scored an awesome deal and we stayed at The Empress in Victoria. Now I’m not rich by any means, we had just gotten an amazing price on a room for a night.

Please keep in mind that I’m not the photographer in my family. My father has a fancy DSLR, and I took these pictures on my windows phone. I apologize if these pictures are not too great:)

Without further ado, here are some pictures that I took whilst in Victoria, BC!

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The Empress, Victoria BC

This is The Empress, apparently one of the “top-notch” hotels in all of Canada. I stayed here for a night before moving further up north Vancouver Island, and it was great! There was easy access to the prime shopping avenue, Government Street, and the festivals down below along the harbour.

 

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Victoria Harbour, Victoria BC

While waiting for our food at a local water-side restaurant, I took this picture of some docked boats along Victoria Harbour, because I thought they looked beautiful! I have a weird liking for boats, so if there are boats, I’m there:)

 

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British Columbia Victoria Parliament Building

One of the most striking buildings when arriving in Victoria is the parliament building, and it looks even more beautiful at night. There were thousands of fairy lights lining the building’s edges when dusk rolled around, but sadly, I was too tired to take a picture of it. With that said, here is a photo of it during the day-time!

 

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A docked BC Ferry, Comox, British Columbia

Whilst waiting for our ferry up in Comox, British Columbia, we had two hours or so to kill, so I took some pictures! Looking at water is one the most relaxing things for me, so pictures of open water makes me really happy!

 

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Mainland British Columbia

During the ferry ride from Comox to Powell River, British Columbia, there was nothing to do. With that said, I took some pictures of the surrounding waters and far-off mountains, leaving Vancouver Island and heading to the British Columbian mainland. This was our last day, and it was by far one of the best vacations of my life!

 

Let me know what your most memorable vacation was in the comments down below, and I hope you’ve liked tonight’s post!

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And as always, have a beautiful night!

Aspen

Disclaimer: These are my own pictures, taken on my own phone. I am not affiliated with the artists and/or companies that may have been mentioned in this post, and all rights go to their rightful owners. Have a great day:)

3 thoughts on “Come Fly With Me – Victoria, BC

  1. Hi Aspen!
    Thank you for your lovely email, and for subscribing 🙂 you’ve got a really interesting page here! I’m looking forward to more awesome posts 😉

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    Eugenia ^_^
    The Pretty Road Trip. wordpress.com

  2. The photos in this post are awesome. I’ve always wanted to visit Canada and hope I do get to swing by that part of the world one day.
    My most memorable vacation? It would have to be kayaking in Vanuatu where the waters are postcard perfect.

  3. These are some really beautiful photos! Thank you for the follow and I am also starting to follow you back 🙂

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