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The Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival is on now until September 6th! Take part in this celebration of live performance from around the world, featuring an eclectic mixture of spoken word, drama, musicals, dance, comedy, magic, theatre for young audiences and more.

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Performances by comedy, theatre, dance and spoken word companies from around the world.
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Need a break from the city? Visit Thetis Lake Regional Park, just 25 minutes out of downtown Victoria, for sandy beaches, great swimming, fishing and hiking. Learn more in the Admiral Inn's blog: http://ow.ly/R3746
Thetis Lake is a great place to visit in the summer when you need a break from the busy city! It features a beautiful sandy beach as well as a dog beach and is perfect for family outings, swimming, picnics, boating, and hiking or just relaxing! It is made up of two lakes: Upper and Lower Thetis.
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The China Town in Victoria is the oldest in Canada and the second oldest in North America! Explore the unique shops, restaurants and cafes or take an interpretive walking tour!
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Victoria is home to whales, dolphins, porpoises, eagles, seals and sea lions. You can see them on wildlife tours and at Marine Parks and Ecological Reserves around the city. One of our favourite animals to watch is the Stellar sea lion.

Learn more about Stellar sea lions in our blog - http://ow.ly/QOzMI
Victoria is home to a diverse population of marine wildlife. Whales, dolphins, porpoises, eagles, seals and sea lions are among the incredible species commonly seen on wildlife tours and at Marine Parks and Ecological Reserves around the city. One of our favourite animals to watch is the Stellar ...
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The Victoria Dragon Boat Festival is happening next weekend, August 14-16th! Exciting dragon boat races, family activities, live music, exotic food and mroe are all walking distance from the Admiral Inn! Book your stay with us during the festival!
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The 21st Annual Canada Dry Victoria Dragon Boat Festival is coming up on April 14-16th in Victoria, BC! We're excited to witness and take part in one of Victoria's most spectacular summer festivals and the only dragon boat festival in Canada to take part in an actual working harbour!
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Have you been to Beacon Hill Park? You'll see these guys around, if you don't hear them first, at the Beacon Hill Park Children's farm. Walk around the gardens, relax by the pond, treat yourself to an ice cream and take the kids to meet and see the animals at the farm! http://ow.ly/R39DD
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One of the most famous marinas in Victoria is the Oak Bay Marina, located in south Oak Bay just 15 minutes from downtown Victoria. Here you will be able to explore the docks, walking through multiple fingers of summer cruisers from fancy to simple and everything in between. You might see a harbour seal too! Visitors are welcome! http://ow.ly/R38aT
Part of the west coast experience is celebrating life on the water! Being so close to the open ocean, protected by the Juan de Fuca strait with access to safe harbours has made Victoria a Mecca for sailors, yacht owners, fishing boats and other pleasure craft. Whether you have your sea legs ...
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10 Beaches Worth Travelling For http://ow.ly/R37DD
Home to some of the area's most beautiful beaches, the coastline between Sooke and Port Renfrew is rugged, unique, prestine and absolutely ...
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Learn about the life of Emily Carr, the internationally known Canadian artist who was born in Victoria, BC in 1871. Her paintings and writings were all things Canadian showcasing its nature, First Nations people, culture and traditions.
Learn more about the Emily Carr House and how you can plan your visit here -
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“The work of Emily Carr and the circumstances in which it was achieved are unique in Canada. She was a passionate, powerful and creatively determined individual who turned fully to her beloved woods and skies and Native Villages. From the earliest work of her girlhood and on into the work of her ...
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Go to the Butchart Gardens for the special Jann Arden event at the Concert Lawn! Arrive early to avoid line ups. Click the link for info! http://ow.ly/QCNx2
The Butchart Gardens is one of the world’s premier show gardens, and a designated National Historic Site of Canada. It was founded by the Butcharts in the early 1900s.
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Stay in downtown Victoria, literally steps away from the city's most popular attractions! Click the link and book your affordable accommodation on the Inner Harbour today! http://ow.ly/QuQt8
Stay at The Admiral Inn & Suites downtown hotel in Victoria, BC. Enjoy budget minded, motel style accommodations with comfortable rooms, including pet-friendly hotel suites and extended stay hotel rates. Close to all attractions and near the city cen
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257 Belleville St Victoria, BC V8V 1X1 Canada
257 Belleville StreetCABritish ColumbiaVictoriaV8V 1X1
+1 250-388-6267admiralinnhotel.com
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An Oceanside, downtown hotel! We offer family type accommodation, at modest prices and are considered a quality deal. Give us a call today 250 388 6267 or make a reservation on line www.admiralinnhotel.com  and click on book now.
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Modest harbourside hotel offering basic rooms & suites, plus free WiFi, parking & breakfast.- Google
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Garry Jatt
2 months ago
Good size room. Nice view big windows and kitchen with dining table. Great location. Old is gold
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Kim Little
a year ago
Great location. Great price. Had a kitchenette. Bikes you can borrow for free. Free breakfast. Nice people. Would stay again!
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Peter.Cooper.53 Peter.Cooper.53
a year ago
Clean tidy and in a good location
A Google User
7 years ago
This place is a little cheaper than other hotels in the area but seems a little run down. It could use a face lift. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. The US flag flying from their flag pole is in such bad shape a patriot might wonder if it is supposed to be an insult! The wireless Internet is free but did not work properly in my room.
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Johnny D
4 months ago
Not bad. Good staff. Good price. Rooms more dated than outside facade. A little disappointed.
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Tania S. Smith
2 years ago
We had a ground-floor 1 bedroom suite with queen bed and full kitchen. It was clean and in good condition, and a good size (for a couple). Had a full fridge, stove, and microwave and counter space. One closet for coats & shoes, and a larger closet in the bedroom. Nice desk for writing/computing. Wireless service worked well for the laptop. Patio door accessible through the bedroom leads to plastic outdoor table & 2 chairs on shared paved patio area with shrubs. Wonderful location downtown near the parliament building, and it's great for coastal walks along the boardwalks and trails.
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brownpriderhomies
a month ago
This hotel is at the right spot
A Google User
4 years ago