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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Canada Day is July 1st. In my brilliance, I did not know this and did not realize that this might have an impact on my vacation. For those Americans and others who are equally ignorant of the importance of this date: it's the date that the 3 colonies became a single country called Canada.
The Maple Leaf was on cheeks, flags, tatttoos and on t-shirts. There were special events, but nothing I wanted to do was closed for ...
A great sleep-in saw us emerge from the Vancouver Fairmont at 11.30 am under clear blue skies and an amazingly warm spring day, just in time to make our way to Gastown via The Hudson Bay store for watch repairs and a visit to the men's department for some shirt top-ups for Mac. Success on the shirts but no luck in the watch department. After a visit to Dollarama I am now the proud owner of a waterproof LED digital plastic black watch....for the princely sum of $3. Wonder how ...
... got through to the other side it took us some time to get a little cash as firstly I had forgotten whose 'card' I had loaded CAD onto, and second the one ATM machines was a bit confusing and I was unsure if it was debiting the credit function or the money wallet. I did manage to log onto our account to check which card had the CAD via the free airport wifi. We just got the money in the end after about 3 attempts - so will see later which account it took it ...
... in Australia, including one in Brisbane. In Gastown, there is a steam powered clock. The steam drives a chain which lifts a steel ball up to the top where it rolls down to join a string of other balls slowly sinking with gravity and this drives the mechanism. Every quarter hour, the steam blows the Westminster chimes through the 4 organ pipes on top. Walked through China town and Dr. Sun Yat Sen gardens (he had quite a connection with Vancouver and the many Chinese who lived here; ...
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The walk through the treetops is brilliant. You literally have a squirrel's eye view of the forest as you climb up 30 m into the mid-storey of 1300 year old Douglas Fir trees. These trees are huge! You walk along seven suspension bridges from tree to tree. Seeing all this in daylight was amazing but as ...