Bayview Garden B&B: Get away from it all in Sandspit, Haida Gwaii, Canada

Bayview Garden B&B

Bayview Garden B&B – a great place to stay in Sandspit. When you land at Sandspit Airport or arrive by ferry from Skidegate, you will be destined for a relaxing time on the island. Staying at a homey place with gardens and a view of Skidegate Inlet can only enhance your experience.

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Exploring Victoria, B.C. – Victorian city surrounded by natural beauty

Victoria's Inner Harbour

Not that long ago, Victoria, British Columbia was Canada’s wild western frontier. Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, northwest of Seattle, Victoria was established as a trading post for the Hudson Bay Company in the 1840s. Victoria saw its population explode from around 300 to more than 5,000 in a matter of weeks when the discovery of gold brought thousands of hopeful miners to the area. A couple of decades later, Victoria became the provincial capital of British Columbia, and the city has never looked back.

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Ride the train: rail vacations for 2013

Morning reflections on Lake Louise in Canadian Rockies

Train trips offer no driving, no airport hassles—just great scenery on your vacation.

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Tea time at Canada’s Lake Louise

Classic hikes at Lake Louise in Banff National Park in Canada will take you on trails to either Lake Agnes Teahouse or Plain of Six Glaciers Teahouse.

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Three Titanic places to visit 100 years after sinking

On the centennial of its sinking, find out about the Titanic where the ship has become part of the culture or where it has gained new life as a walk-through replica that is filled with memorabilia.

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Butchart Gardens is a blooming wonderland

Buchart Gardens Harbor

Every path leads to another spectacular view. It’s Fantasyland for the horticulturist and Wonderworld for the masses. Famed Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, is a blue-ribbon showplace in one of the loveliest corners of the world. Visitors marvel at the variety and harmony achieved by co-mingling easily recognizable flowers like dainty purple daisies and ruffled pink geraniums with unusual specimens such as teardrop fuchsia and delicate drooping trout lily. Since passing the century mark in 2004, privately owned Butchart Gardens has featured more spectacular scenes than ever within its 55 acres.

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