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What you need to know about a stay at the Morley.

Published on January 29, 2017 by John Beaumier

Welcome, guests of the Morley.

As currently, we are unable to have any kind of lockbox on the outside of the Morley we will have to make arrangements to have someone meet you at the building, you will need to give us a window of time in which to expect your arrival so we can arrange schedules.

As most of you finally take a load off the first thought that comes to mind seems to be logging onto the wifi, our networks is called and the password is my phone number which again is 250-686-5646.

Naomi helps me run the show by cleaning and with check-ins. If you need a clean give her a call at 250-208-5227.

Checking out !! Slide the front door key, back under the door after hanging the rest of the keys on the hook by the door.

We would really appreciate it if you could start a washload with the towels before leaving, thanks and have fun.

If you need anything else feel free to give me a call at 250-686-5646

** Sofa bedding can be found on the kitchen cupboards under the bar facing the black sofa.

The keys

There are two different keys on the keychain, the small one open the front door of the suite while the larger on will open the front and back door of the Morley building and also the padlock on the black gate in the courtyard that separates the Morley courtyard from that of the larger courtyard of the Leiser building. One of the keychains will also have a fob which you will need to access the garbage and recycling room which is found on the left-hand side as you walk into the old caridge way in between the Morley building and the Leiser building.


Food and drinks in the area –

The place is surrounded by fantastic restaurants and I will briefly mention my top three within a 30 second walk from the Morley.

Ill Terrazzo If you want to go for a fancy one this is it, located right in the alley it’s dining room shares a wall with our patio and the food is fantastic. If you are looking to top off the vacation with one great meal my number one pic would be this place. A favorite with the wise locals Ferriss’s is less than a hundred feet up Yates and has excellent food, friendly service, and yuge portions. You can often find buck a shuck ( $1 fresh oysters on the half shell ) usually between 3-5 daily on their charming patio and don’t forget to get the mixed fries as I don’t think you will find better-prepared potatoes on the Island. My third pic is a vegan buffet called Green Cuisine in Market Square, this is where I go to power up for a big day by eating low on the food chain. It might not be the regular plate for some but I guarantee if you give it a try you are going to feel great too.

If you need groceries Victoria’s China town is a couple of blocks over on Fisgard and the best place to buy produce, the Market on Yates at 903 yates St is also a lovely little place but quite spendy. Expect to pay a premium for your free range buffalo bacon and organic Island figs. Save on Foods is just over the blue bridge and up the street in Westside Village, 172 Wilson St #100, it is a larger grocery store and you can get slightly better deals. If you have a car and want the best price on groceries I would suggest the Real Canadian wholesale club in Esquimalt or Costco in Langford.

If you need beer/wine/booze the closest government liquor store where you will find things a few bucks cheaper 787 Hillside Ave and the closest to the Morley is Swans Cold beer and wine store at 514 Pandora Ave. You should not have a hard time finding other cold beer and wine stores downtown as they seem to be every few blocks.

Other things I should mention about the suite.

** To get the shower going pull down on the tub filler.

** Fuse panel is behind the LV Child print by the kitchen.

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