For Love And Singles Victoria Has Them In All The Right Places!

So there you are. You're new in Victoria, British Columbia. Maybe you just moved there. Or maybe you're just passing through. It's obvious you want to meet someone of the opposite sex. Maybe have a little conversation. In this city there are singles Victoria is full of them. All you have to do is look. Try something different this time. Instead of hanging out at the bars (there are a few), or the strip clubs (a bunch), or calling an escort service (dozens of them); try visiting the more than one hundred locations and attractions that make Victoria special. I guarantee you'll meet someone.

All set? Here we go! Visit the world famous Butchart Gardens. Tour our world class Provincial Museum & Imax Theatre. Go whale watching. Take a scenic tour around Victoria - a city with world famous gardens and ambiance. Visit Mineral World Scratch Patch. At the Marina in beautiful "Sidney by the Sea".
Have you met any singles Victoria has them in all these places and more. O-k. Let's keep looking.

How about soaking up the entertainment in the Inner Harbor? Go Salmon Fishing, lots of hot women love salmon. Shop till you drop in Old Towne - Victoria - This area borders Government Street in downtown Victoria. You're bound to meet women Victoria has lots of women who love to shop. Especially if they're spending your money. Golf on one of the many fabulous Victoria Golf Courses
Walk to the end of the Dallas Point Breakwater and meet singles Victoria - then have a treat in the restaurant when you return to shore. Stroll through Beacon Hill Park - take in the Petting Zoo (a petting zoo is a great place to bring a date), Goodacre Lake, the free putting green, and the summit lookout, behind the zoo and in the spring, the heron nests on the west edge of Goodacre Lake. Singles Victoria will enjoy these romantic settings.

Visit one of the rugged and beautiful West Coast Beaches past Sooke. Drop by Beacon Restaurant on Douglas just west of Beacon Hill Park- for the world's best soft ice cream cones. Charter a sailboat and check out our waters with a singles Victoria girl. Women are always impressed by men who have large boats. (If you know what I mean and I think you do).

We're not done yet. Still plenty of places to meet single women from Victoria.
How about crossing the Blue Draw-Bridge and walk the Songhees to West Bay Marina. Stop for a local beer at Spinnakers Brew Pub along the way. Take a Harbour Ferry Tour. Have English Style Fish and Chips at Barbs at Fisherman's Wharf or one of the many other local establishments that serve them. Visit the Wax Museum. Take a romantic carriage ride through Beacon Hill Park. You won't meet anyone doing this. We'll assume you've already met a singles Victoria girl and are enjoying this with her by your side.

Bike on the incredible Galloping Goose Trail from downtown to near Sooke or all the way to the Ferry Terminal at Swartz Bay. Scenic view - try Mount Tolmie near the University of Victoria. Visit the Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary and hike around the lake. Visit Playfair Park - Rhododenron Heaven in the spring. Singles Victoria women love flowers. Please make a note of that.

By this time, I hope you have met someone special.

Now that you're a "couple", you can hike the trails at East Sooke Park. Climb to the top of Lone Tree Hill in the Highlands and screw each others brains out. Try ocean kayaking. Walk and shop antique row on Fort Street. Rent a boat and explore the shoreline and protected islands. Then park the boat and screw on the beach. Afterwards, have a swim at Saanich Commonwealth Place.

Whew! Victoria has so much to do. If you can't meet a singles Victoria girl after all THIS, then you're not trying! Remember, there ARE women Victoria have plenty of them. Or if you're looking for something younger there are girls Victoria has a bbunch of them also. But if you don't get off your butt and explore the island and local community you won't meet anyone. And that's a fact. Now get to work.

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