Woodside Bed & Breakfast

Address: 100 College Park Way, Port Moody, British Columbia, V3H 1S4, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 100 College Park Way, Port Moody, is near Deep Cove, Capilano Salmon Hatchery, Burnaby Mountain Park, and Simon Fraser University.
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Travel Blogs from Port Moody

France day 1 /9:00 am Vancouver airport

A travel blog entry by miya923 on Jul 01, 2015

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I am so excited! Today I'm getting on the plane. Goodbye home sweet home, hello Paris, France! I did a little research before hand and exchanged some money to the French currency; euros. I do however want to stay in my budget of $3000/€2141.21 (including airplane tickets) I think ...

Cloud Street Serenity

A travel blog entry by weecousins on Jun 03, 2015

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... been
meeting with a dynamic group of individuals who trained to spot lost or missing
persons and accident sites from aircraft. I had gotten to know a very gentle
man and faithful volunteer named Herluf,
who flew his own plane as a CASARA pilot for many years. He was always
patient, wisely answering my endless questions, teaching me how to be a good
spotter. What was to turn out to be the last flight I had with him was flying a
mountain contour around Mount Baldy ...

That was grouse - and we both had Brazilians

A travel blog entry by jmintouch33 on May 28, 2015

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... Chair to access the Eye of the Wind turbine and got our first glimpse of the grizzly bears from the chair on the way back. Time to be part of the audience for the Lumberjack Show (very funny crowd pleaser featuring axe throwing, chainsaw carving, tree climbing and log rolling) and the Birds in Motion Demonstration (so clever to see and learn about the eagles and osprey in flight) and joined the crowd trying to spot Grinder and Coola in the ...

The End of a Year in Vancouver

A travel blog entry by laurenalgra on Dec 18, 2014

... can come as they are and be welcomed as family with dignity and sincerity. I’ve been able to participate in this community by coming to weekly meals, gatherings, and celebrations, where songs are sung, tea and s’mores are served, and relationships are built. To put it simply, it is both a beautiful and messy place. In the short time I’ve been getting to know this community and its values, it has had an impact on me and I have learned so much already.


Stanley Park

A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 16, 2014

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... to find some cool leaflets for things to do so might do some of those later on in the week. Stanley park is really nice, amazing what a 20 minute walk down the road can do to your surroundings, instead of seeing people on a different planet im now the one feeling like im on a different planet because there is no dodgers walking around and no one asking me for money. At the far side of the park i walked under the lion gate bridge and could see north vancouver. I ended ...

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