Thistle Down House

Address: 3910 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3910 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, is near Capilano Suspension Bridge and Park, The Grouse Grind, Cleveland Dam, and Baden-Powell Trail.
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Travel Blogs from North Vancouver


A travel blog entry by coastalboomers on Jan 11, 2015

6 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 ...

2 months down, infinity to go

A travel blog entry by bekmcewan on Jul 23, 2014

... me. There will be many more to come, Vancouver is really my home now. But Van is just the first stop on this adventure. I have this whimsical idea and dream to run away to California at the end of September and go back to sandy, sunny west coast Cali for a few months, living in a van and drunk dancing along the coast of California! Keep your friends and family close. Question everything, keep on moving. Always keep looking up, never stop ...

A huge town with plenty to see and do ...

A travel blog entry by doug_walker_246 on Jul 21, 2014

16 photos

... the good side of town ... phew! Some pre-dinner drinks in our room and off to Yaletown for a beer and a feed ...

Day 24 (Tuesday): Complimentary continental brekkie then off in a cab to tackle Stanley Park with the hoopsters. nice 3km walk anti-clockwise around the park to the point café below Lions Gate bridge - easy enough to the last 500m which was uphill / hard going ! Dodgy lunch (cod is pretty ...

Registration Day

A travel blog entry by jimbobuk on Jun 28, 2014

... the severity of the trails but they will improve with the week. At least we know what to expect now and can mentally prepare for it.
Rego was good and even though the bag they gave us is a little small I managed to get most stuff in - my thermo-rest being of the larger size will have to sit on the top with good old gaffa tape holding it on.
We've been told that if a black bear wants to take us on to hit ...

Happy Birthday to me!!!

A travel blog entry by tnt2014 on Jun 16, 2014

17 photos

... our suit cases and asked if we had a good flight. We also met a guy on the ferry who was telling us all of the sights to go see. There was also another guy at a rental property telling us that he is going to Australia for a holiday and has friends in Hobart he was excited to find out that's where I was from! Last night Tom took me out for dinner to the Lift Bar and Grill for my birthday, it is a trendy little restaurant overlooking the water in Coal Harbour. The food was ...