Douglas Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDouglas Guest House Vancouver
Beautiful house, delightful staff. Highly recommend the pancakes for breakfast. Nice and close to Broadway - City Hall skytrain station (5 minute walk). Markets and shops close by.
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... closed ) and taking a break at Starbucks. We got our baggage before the storage place closed at 4 pm and took a taxi to the train station. We were glad we got there over an hour early as people were already lining up and boarding started at 4:30 earlier than I suspected with time leaving the station was 5:30 pm. I had forgot the time to get through customs. Anyways the Amtrak ride was smooth and enjoyable and gave me time to finish the last three entries of the trip ...
... English Bay, we were treated to a spectacular sunset, which once again enticed us to stroll along the waters front on the way 'home'.
The following morning was a Sunday and the fact that Dean and Brian were still in their dressing gowns when we got up suggested it was ok to enjoy a lazy Sunday in their home for tea ...
... then north to the river town of Mulege, where we stop for homemade piņa colada ice cream with big chunks of fresh pineapple. From there, our next stop is Santa Rosalia, the mining town where I would rather note the longevity of the French bakery that opened there in 1918 and has never shuttered its doors than praise the resuscitation of land-based mining and scary proposals for blasting of the sea floor.
Santa Rosalia is home to the cast iron ...
... bunks. Argh!
The last visit I made was to the Space Museum and I have to admit, I was exhausted. The most I remember was how great the Gatorade tasted and the interesting exhibit on the Stars - and the point the presenter made about the magnetosphere that protects the Earth. My brain and body had left my consciousness and I was just trying to focus on getting back to my hotel - where I had my Sashimi FEAST. See above.
... ropes around the trunk and log running in the water. It ended with one guy climbing to the top of the high poles, going across the small platform between the two, doing a headstand up there and then as he looked like he was falling, zip lined down. The three of the lumberjacks were very skilled.
We then walked over to see if we could see the grizzly bears they have. They were orphaned so they are being raised there. Unfortunately there was no sign of them so ...