Come To Beautiful Victoria, British Columbia
Want to work with Christina Merkley in person? If so, you’ll need to get yourself to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, her charming home base …
Find out what the locals know, Victoria, British Columbia is a jewel of a location! Located on a large island across from both Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia, this city is an attraction onto itself. Sunny, moderate temperatures in the summer, and mild and misty in the winter … Victoria has lots to see and do.
As an international vacation destination there is a full range of local accommodations to choose from as well as great restaurants, golf, whale watching, hiking, sailing, fishing, First Nations culture, museums, spas …etc!
More Info on Victoria, British Columbia, Canada:
Check out these sites on the local attractions and amenities.
Transportation to Victoria:
Victoria, British Columbia is located on the tip of Vancouver Island, nestled on the Canadian and U.S. border on the Pacific Northwest. You can access Victoria via air and ferry transportation from either Vancouver, B.C. or Seattle, WA.
Most Canadian and American airlines operate connecting flights to Victoria (there are even a few direct flights) via the Victoria International Airport.
Some people prefer to take quick charter flights over to Victoria from either Vancouver or Seattle. Some of these companies also offer package deals on accommodations. Here are a few of your options for spectacular scenery and a quick and exciting way to get here:
Vancouver-Victoria (and return):
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Seattle-Victoria (and return):
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Water Transportation (Ferries):
If driving, the ferries to Victoria can be a novel experience if you’ve never experienced them before. The scenic views on the Vancouver-Victoria route have been featured in a number of movies over the years and if you get lucky, you might spot some killer whales on your way over!
Ferries operate from the Seattle side and the Vancouver side. The Seattle ferries land right in downtown Victoria. The Vancouver ferries land about 30 km north of Victoria.
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Public Workshop Locations and SHIFT-IT Studio:
Public workshops are held in downtown Victoria locations (refer to the specific logistics information for the event you are attending). Private trainings and small groups are held at my SHIFT-IT Studio in Metchosin District (40 minutes west of the city of Victoria) in Room 1034 of the Metchosin Arts and Cultural Association. First door on the right when entering the building. Free parking in front.
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