Lockehaven Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
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What an awesome way to spend the day. We caught a bus up to the base of Grouse Mountain, where we boarded a gondola and went to the top of Grouse Mountain. Just amazing views of Vancouver City & Harbour as we went up - it's such a pretty city! Once up top we took a chairlift to one of the peaks for a Qlook around - but soon found ourselves in fog so thick ...
... horror.... Great Irish pub which had the best Irish coffee I've ever had. I could've stayed there all night but more to see. Next the Pacific Tower with a lift to a lookout on top. Great scenery and views. Back to the hotel, via the luggage shop. Swapped bags and to the bar on the roof at the hotel. Wolfblass "Black Label" red wine -$225 a bottle! I suppose it's a long way from home....... A few beverages and goodbye to Day ...
... and our phone number in the UK will be 00000000. How do you go if you want to hire a van when you get there? and we can't get our phone number till we get to England either. The form was accepted and we now have tickets to show we are leaving the country, all we have to do is try and print them, off to find the library tomorrow. Russ was so pleased he beat the computer, hope it doesn't backfire on us.
Sue and Nifti ...
... renewed energy we rode off to find another shop Sandra had recommended to get the last of our ski gear…standing on the corner of the street where our shop was located, we were able to see six other shops selling the same gear. We are rapidly reaching the understanding that Perth is small (in many ways). Anyways (like my Canadian terminology!!?) we found what we needed and the kids are all suited up now! Here we come Montana! ... well in a few days ...
... We had planned to do The Eye of the Wind experience, which is a ski lift up to a glass pod that you can look out over the mountains from. We were told on the phone we could do this til 6pm, and the signs all say 6 pm and the ...