Our quest for adventure continues in the Pacific Northwest. This time, we decided on Victoria, B.C. It’s a quaint town off the southern tip of Vancouver island, and also happens to be the capital city of British Columbia. What attracted us to Victoria was the British charm without the flight to the U.K. I must preface with saying that the sites and activities we visited can be enjoyed with or without kids.
Our philosophy is that we love traveling so much that we aren’t going to stop just because we had kids. They’re just going to have to come along with us, and enjoy the ride. We still go to museums, tour castles/old homes (one of our fav activities) and nice meals that aren’t necessarily kid friendly. I can share my tips on how to go out with minimal stress.
As we continue embracing our move to the Pacific Northwest, I’ve had my sights set on Vancouver, BC. I’ve been once before, but mainly did nature activities, and did not get to explore the city. With kids in tow, we decided to map out kid friendly things to do this time around. Although, we did take them to some restaurants that may not consider themselves ‘kid friendly’, we did survive with the help of entertainment.
We lucked out and came on a nice sunny weekend. We took full advantage of the parks and did the majority of activities outdoors. Read on for ideas on your next trip.
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I had the opportunity to spend the day at a chalet 30 minutes outside of Montreal in a town called Saint-Anicet in Quebec.
As we drove up to the chalet, the scene was serene and peaceful. The English translation of a chalet is a cottage or cabin. This one was set right off of Lake St. Francois surrounded by beautiful trees and scenic views.
We spent most of our time chatting, eating, fishing, playing cards, and relaxing by the fire.