Travel Photos: Inner Harbour – Victoria, British Columbia

 

Victoria Government Parliament Buildings

Victoria Government Parliament Buildings

Victoria is located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. The inner harbour of Victoria is quite the draw for tourists. At the base is the majestic Fairmont Empress Hotel built between 1904 and 1908.

Vying for attention in the inner harbour are the Victoria Government Parliament Buildings. The two building create a captivating scene above the inner harbour.

The sailboats and yachts in the marina round out the picturesque vista of one of the main gathering places in Victoria. The marina walkway is a level below the street that wraps around the “U” shaped habour. Always lined with artist’s wares and musicians, it is a wonderful panorama to explore.

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Victoria is located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada:

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Lisa Kuhn

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Lisa has traveled through South America for three months exploring Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Argentina. She also traveled extensively in the Western United States including Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and South Dakota. Lisa has traveled to Europe three times including her first trip in Europe backpacking for three months of solo-travel.

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