Suncrest Cottage B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to Earls just down the road, most restaurants close by were Asian cuisine, not Tabitha's favourite choice. So Earls is good with its normal English/American food. With a good bite to eat we headed back to the hostel to prepare for tonight. We had got tickets to a Vancouver giants game, a western hockey league team. They were playing the Tri-City Americas, unfortunately lost 3-0. Such a good sport to watch though, more impressive ...
I got persuaded to teach some locals how to Scottish Dance last night. I am sure this would have been slightly more productive if I actually knew how to Scottish dance.. However my incompetence went mostly unnoticed as I taught the Canadians a dubious at best Strip the ...
... 2,800 mo mmmmm winter is coming!
Monday - we decide to take a city tour - all the highlights although the guide has such a strong German accent even I really have to pay attention or lose track completely!
Although we would like to go to the Aquarium by the time we find some lunch it is just too late - we eat at Whole Foods that place really is toooooo health!! walk home by way of English Bay and the 'laughing' scuplture ear the hotel..end the ...
Arrived safely after a really good flight. Full plane but still managed some sleep thanks to my wonderful pillow!
Grant and Rocky were at the airport to meet me. Went to Rocky's place and had a beautiful dinner of BBQ salmon. Yum! Zach and Spencer came too so time for a good catch up.
I'm tired so not writing any more. Hope to get back in a couple of days. Have a look at Zach's facebook!!!
Much love, Ma/Averil. ...
... It almost felt like being back in Blighty as we handed over money with our queen’s face on it to buy our fish and chips. Even the weather was like being by the sea back home, sunshine through grey clouds and a bit windy.
The rest of the day was spent walking along the seawall past shiny high-rise flats and expensive yachts while watching sea planes land and take-off. Further along the coast we reached Stanley Park where ...