Lockehaven Waterfront Bed and Breakfast

Address: 2136 Lockehaven Road, North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7G 1X6, Canada | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Deep Cove area of North Vancouver, is near Deep Cove, Capilano Salmon Hatchery, Mount Seymour, and Mount Seymour Provincial Park.
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Home of the Brave..

A travel blog entry by lcarnegiebrown on Mar 04, 2015

2 comments

... Dirk had me a little concerned because, if I hadn't mentioned before, I was reasonably sure that this man was a middle aged drug dealer.) Well my kilt adorning chum came in looking at me like a puppy who had just retrieved a stick. Unsure of the appropriate response to this unusual gesture, looked to another server for help, to which I only got a chuckle and a sympathetic shrug. Then, all of a sudden he scuttled back out the ...

AND WE ARE OFF!!!

A travel blog entry by coastalboomers on Jan 11, 2015

8 comments, 10 photos

... which includes the towns of Hastings, Napier & Havelock North) is where my family is from, actually when mom moved back in 1971 she lived in a variety of places (mom doesn’t sit still very well) so went around and saw the homes she lived in, visited with our cousins in Hastings, went out to see the Gannets at Cape Kidnappers, visited two farmers markets over the weekend, Penny & I went on a wine tour in the Hawkes Bay area and Pierre and ...

Vancouver Lookout

A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Dec 28, 2014

24 photos

... you take the lift up to the observation deck. The lift is mostly outdoors, much to our excitement, and Mum’s alarm. The view from the observatory showcased the best parts of Vancouver. The mountains were clearly visible, as well as the busy harbour, and the main city.

We had lunch back in the apartment, and waited for it to get darker before we visited the ...

City Madness to Orca Gladness

A travel blog entry by danandrach on Sep 21, 2014

30 photos

... about the pod. The youngest was two and the oldest is a 103yr old female called Granny. All the whales are identified and named by the Seattle Whale Research Centre. On a completely separate subject they told us that Vancouver once had the largest species of Dugong but they were hunted to extinction. What a sad world we live in!

We continued to hang out with the whales for nearly two hours and into the second hour all the whales in the pod came together and started swimming ...

Exploring Vancouver

A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen on Aug 16, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... br>

Next stop Gastown, the old original part of Vancouver, very pretty streets with trees and flowers. the old steam driven clock tower on the sidewalk was interesting to Russell with the steam driven mechanism and chimes by steam whistles

.On to Canada Place, also the cruise ship terminal with two massive ones docked. Well we took the Canada Fly, a virtual flying experience through Canada by the ...