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8/6 Day 45 We are still camped in West Vancouver. Today we started out by going to the aquarium in Stanley Park. What a nice treat. They had a wide variety of displays based around geographic areas, with a special emphasis on the northern species. They had outdoor displays of sea otters, African penguins, and Peg's favorite beluga whales. She fell in love with belugas back in the late 80’s when we went to Florida and went to Sea World.
... beef. The valley quickly widened and became heavily farmed with a number of very big dairy farms some of the few we had seen during the rest of the trip. There were a number of other crop farms. We also saw several chicken farms and a mushroom farm. My assumption is this whole farming industry supports Vancouver which was about 80 miles away when the farming started. It continued right up to the suburbs of Vancouver.
We traveled right across Vancouver to the west side. This took ...
... a bit rough and we weren't sure if Theresa was going to make it. I would like to have a summer home there. Period. We got lunch at The Public House. We split the salmon sandwich and caught the 3 o'clock ferry back to Seattle. So worth it, would love to return to do the rest of the island. Michael and I rushed to shower and get to the Walrus and the Carpenter, for the best oysters ever created: the Sunsets. Michael ...
... We went to the water front to Canada Place. We checked out the cruise terminal, watched the sea planes take off and land. I broke in the selfie stick much to Adams chagrin! We waked along Water Street to Gastown, a charming area with trendy shops and restaurants. We stopped at the historical steam powered clock, that plays a tune by whistle ever 15 minuets. We then head to China town to check out the Chinese Gardens. This is where we got snookered! We payed the ...
... ceviche - heaven for me, a seasoned meat with raisins and olives in a fluffy potato mash flash fried, and a steamed white corn mash with seasoned melt in the mouth pork belly. I do have to add just so you don't think me a total guts that Vern did help me get through the entrees and we were unsuccessful in clearing all our plates.
The Gas Lamp district is the historic old town section, similar to what we saw in San Diego. the streets are cobbled ...