Lookout Point B and B

Address: 1570 Lookout Point, North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7G 1X9, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Cove Cliff area of North Vancouver, is near Deep Cove, Capilano Salmon Hatchery, Mount Seymour, and Mount Seymour Provincial Park.
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A travel blog entry by coastalboomers on Jan 11, 2015

8 comments, 10 photos

... mirrors were on the sign posts so you could see the oncoming traffic coming around the curves. Finally we arrived in Coromandel Town, phew, and are staying in Colonial Cottages Motel which was in the past connected to the old Coromandel Hospital across the street was built in 1897. The main residence of the Coromandel Cottages (used by the caretakers of the motel) was built in 1797 and used Kapanga Mine Managers and then later owned by the local ...

'Park Life'

A travel blog entry by barbaramorse9 on Sep 12, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... short answer. The long answer follows, as this is our last blog of the trip.
I must admit, I didn't really get Vancouver. People have been telling me for ages it's a great city. It is growing apace, with its population increasing by 3,000 a month now. This may be part of the problem. There is a lot of rough-sleeping and begging on the streets. The road our hotel is situated on was described as "lively" by the hotel desk clerk. As an ex-teacher, this struck ...

Coyote. The trickster.

A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Aug 01, 2014

7 photos

... with bronchitis this whole time and it's also flared up my asthma. Yay.

I took myself out for breakfast on the Drive. Chose something good for my body. Walked to Steve's to say goodbye and get my snowboard. Chatted awhile on the front path.

Then... for the second part. Dress up. I went back to my hotel, dumped my snowboard, dolled up in my favourite floral skirt, curled my hair and got ready for a date with Vancouver.

I took lunch at ...

Planes and Boats, no Trains, day one.

A travel blog entry by lyndac on Jun 30, 2014

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Monday June 30th dawned early for me on the west coast, but not nearly as early as it did for Joy whose journey started 3000 miles away and even before I went to sleep on Sunday. Vancouver is a very short flight from San Francisco, 2 hours and 15 minutes, and it summertime so I threw caution to the wind and flew in the day of the cruise. Besides, I'm cheap, I'll spend money relatively freely, but I want value for ...

Registration Day

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk on Jun 28, 2014

... our bikes or rocks, but if a grizzly bear stares us down to assume the crash position like in an aeroplane. Makes sense!
So the bike is all ready for an early start for tomorrow's race and not sure when I'll be able to access free wifi again so there may be a few days delay. We are staying in a pub on days 5 & 6 so should have access then.
You will be able to catch up the results at BC race.com I think.