Monday, September 26, 2011

Victoria, BC | Legislature Building at Day and Night

Hi Colleauges,

Enjoy this pixel-roll of Victoria, BCCanada's Legislature Building for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia:

The Legislature Building at Day
with statues, fountains, and monuments (above series)
The Legislature Building at night (above)
I walked more stately even though I reside as a citizen of another place.  The buildings and inner harbour taught me that it's valuable to overlap tourism, commerce, and politics to create a hospitable place that all can appreciate and enjoy day and night.  Learn more about the Legislature Building and plan your visit via public or self-guided tours.

Want to visit Victoria?  Travellers can utilize transportation to Victoria via a variety of transports including Kenmore Air, the Victoria ClipperWashington State Ferries, or BC Ferries.  We chose BC Ferries for our journey.  Just be aware that arriving in Sidney, BC means you will need to drive via car or bus to the Inner Harbor.  Travelling by car means you pay more to board the ferries, for gas, and time, but, comparatively, cost seems a wash as air or Clipper tickets tend to be more expensive than ferry tickets.  So travel to Victoria based on your preference. I liked the large sundeck and laid-back ride of BC Ferries for a close-up view of the scenic Gulf Islands.

Learn more about trips to BC, join me on my travels, and discover for yourself what Canada has to offer!

Here's to a Stately Public Commons!