Woodside Bed & Breakfast

100 College Park Way, Port Moody, British Columbia, V3H 1S4, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Port Moody

Grandville Island, Stanley Park, lots of walking

A travel blog entry by davestone66

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... yes Stacey boarded a very small boat without seasickness setting in, saw us at Hornby which was the start of a 9km walk around Stanley Park. It's a scenic walk but I would definitely recommend the push bike hire, as our feet are killing us tonight. Then on to more sightseeing of the shopping district.

This city is amazing in that it completely changes over the course of two or three blocks. You can be in ...

Whistler Driving

A travel blog entry by rorox

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... to get a good picture of our furry friends but we did manage an unobstructed view at least for 10 seconds or more. It was so amazing to see them foraging and playing in their natural environment. We reached the top and realised we were on a bit of a tight time frame because of our parking meter back down in Whistler town centre. So we skipped taking the gondola to Whistler's summit and instead explored the surrounding area, which included seeing the Inukshuk and Olympic ...

At the airport practicing our English accents

A travel blog entry by sandrajette

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We had a nice if brief visit yesterday from Mary, Shirley and George. Their primary mission was to pick up Murphy and take him to Victoria for his own 30 day holiday with the McKinstrys and their unsuspecting cat. There was also this important side benefit: their visit helped to prepare us for everyone talking kind of funny in London. Think of it as English accent immersion. It is really the only way to learn a new ...

Vans.

A travel blog entry by moitravel

Rented a bike for 24 hours at Simons Bike Rental on Robson at Granville. $24.

Road seawall around Stanley Park. Ax Burrard Bridge, more beach side bike paths. Here was Granville Island, art, food market, ...

Day 2 Vancouver

A travel blog entry by ivanandchris

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... and wearing underpants inside out to get an extra day out of em : ) then walked to Stanley park which is just stunning with the Rockies providing a beautiful backdrop and picture perfect for those in the high rise apartments. Jealous!

Next had a couple of beers at the convention centre which has managed to actually have windows facing ...

Location

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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