The Northwest Pacific Coast of North America has harbored people for thousands of years amongst the jagged rocks and morning mist. This week’s fall find takes us on an autumnal adventure to the southwestern most point of British Columbia, Canada. Named after Queen Victoria of England herself, not even the passage of time – 174 years, to be exact – has torn this city from its English roots.
The Garden City, as British Columbia’s capitol city is known, is among the Top 20 cities for quality of life in the world. Pairing high tea and stately Victorian façades with the dramatic, misty pacific landscape, the city of Victoria is the embodiment of autumnal elegance.