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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... I was staying in had each room decorated according to the local history. I was in the Cattle Baron's room, decorated as it would have been in the 1900s.
Day Nine took me through the Black Hills National Forest before reaching ...
... No I don’t want to die. Not now. I have unresolved arguments. My hair has not yet reached a satisfactory shade of pink. I’ve not yet been to Mexico. I’m only 2 episodes into Orange is the New Black! I burst into tears. Partly for my wasted youth. Mostly because the very next day is a day I’ve been looking forward to my whole trip. Grouse Grind with Trish and John. And maybe I can’t go.
I met Trish through Ciara, Alisha ...
... to the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. The sign says that bridge wobbles, and wobble it does.
I don't know if you know this (I'm going to go ahead and assume you don't though), but a lot of TV is filmed in and around Vancouver, especially sci-fi (all the Stargate series, even the one not worth mentioning, Battlestar Galactica, Sanctuary). This means that I've already seen quite a bit of Vancouver masquerading as various alien planets. My ...
... it. On the way get photos of the fishing craft in the harbour, and what looks like an excellent salmon stream running beside the railway line.
The trail climbs steeply at first, then traverses to what looks like a dead end, zig-zags a few times and arrives where the path splits to the reservoir to the left, lower Dewey Lake to the right. We take a break a few times on the 150-metre climb, then take the fairly level track through pine trees with very little in ...
... in the late 19th century, through the early 20th century, WW1, Great Depression (their pollies were just as lunatic about all the unemployed being commies as ours were!), WW2, 1950's ... right up to the 60's and 70's when the citizens basically took on and overthrew City Hall, preventing the big money lackeys there from turning the city into a plaything for Freeway developers.
After that I headed off to the University of British Columbia and ...