No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Galittoire Langley
Travel Blogs from Langley
... the newest entries. Will is currently trying to talk with his Dad on Skype, kind of hilarious to watch someone work out Skype for the first time. Quietly I think he is really happy to be able to see his baby boy. I am going to head off to bed soon I think and try and grab another solid nights rest. We are going to try and do the underground tour tomorrow I think, we will see how that goes. Talk ...
We woke up to find us sailing into Victoria Harbour. I got dressed and headed up to the bow and got some nice photos of the entrance of Victoria harbour. We were docked by 8am and by 8.30am we were off the ship. Unfortunately before leaving I went back on he ships internet to use the last 10minutes we had and found that my email had been hacked and everyone in my and John's address book were sent an email that was not authorised. I had to contact as many as I could to let them know ...
... and after some lunch we went to their house. Well. It's absolutely gorgeous. That night I pretty much skipped into my bed and did the bed equivalent of a snow angel. After my hostel induced insomnia of the previous 5 days it was so nice not to have anybody else in the room, no metal bar jabbing into my hips and nobody snoring so loud that even earplugs wouldn't drown it out. Bliss.
Heather and Carl are lovely. Very welcoming and really excellent hosts. It is really very ...
... water planes takeoff, boats sail past, and observed many houseboats.
We didn’t get back to the park until close to 8:00p.m., so I made beef stroganoff instead of the pork loin I originally planned on making. Many campers were gone when we got back, so the park was really quiet. Alexa played in the amphitheater which is adjacent to our campsite. It was nice because it gave her a short break away from us. After dinner, the girls rode their Rip Stixs throughout the ...
... including the hospital area, the stadiums and parks and Bellevue off to the east.
The place we dined at was called the Steelhead Diner and the meal and service were outstanding. Just to top off the night as we left we were treated to a spectacular sunset over the bay, behind the markets.
On the walk back to our hotel we stopped in at Starbucks and picked up a coffee – wouldn't be right to not drink at Starbucks in ...
Other places to stay in Langley
4680 Saratoga Road, Langley | B&Bfrom $150
5023 Langley Road, Langley | B&Bfrom $109
5206 S Bayview Rd, Langley | B&Bfrom $110
4693 Saratoga Rd, Langley | B&Bfrom $60
Crownhill Park, Langley | B&Bfrom $98
5126 View Road, Langley | B&Bfrom $95
215 6th Street, Langley | B&Bfrom $185