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Give Mother flowers and music

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for May 2, 2013

The Victoria Conservatory of Music is having their Annual Mother’s Day Garden Tour.

This Mother’s Day weekend, why not connect with the glory of Spring? Get a two-day pass for an exclusive passage to ten incredible private gardens in Victoria, six of which have been chosen to host live music. Lose yourself in the joy of gardening while enjoying live music from VCM students and faculty. There’s also a fantastic plant sale & silent auction during the event.

This opportunity takes place from May 11 – 12, 2013 from 10am – 4pm. Your $30 Two Day Pass for this self-guided garden tour is available online or at the VCM, or at the following locations.

If visiting from out of town, consider staying at the Oswego Hotel. Ask for our ‘Mothers Day Garden Tour Rate’ and receive a promotional price on a room. Loves Eating Out in Victoria

There are many reasons Mom will love Victoria. While touring the city and its new businesses, contributor Kathleen Kenna happened upon The Oyster, a restaurant with a vibrant feel and casual atmosphere that residents adore.

Kenna writes: “The Oyster shows what locals love most about Victoria in this century: It’s a foodie city celebrating its watery heritage. Chef Umut Cetin serves mostly local oysters, from both sides of Vancouver Island (Barkley Sound on the west; Fanny Bay on the east), and the mainland (Powell River and the Sunshine Coast.) He serves them raw, roasted, grilled, pan-fried and even baked. Oysters Pescatore features Fanny Bay oysters, shell-roasted, with bacon and leek cream, for $9. The Oyster is especially busy from 5 to 7 pm, when featured oysters are ‘a buck a shuck.’”

Read the rest of the article headlined “Victoria Comes Out of its Shell

To book with Victoria Conservatory of Music: Click here, or call 1-250-386-5311 for more information. To book with Oswego Hotel call 1-877-767-9346 or email them at

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