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... the parapet in search of water. Quite a sight to see a fast moving sloth if that isn't an oxymoron.
In addition the film in 3D complete with water spray, bubbles in the auditorium, moving seats and pine aroma as we flew over the forests and watched the bears catching salmon was a fun experience. Glad it wasn't a film of a tsunami or similar.
Think I need a chill day tomorrow. Domestic chores beckon. ...
... it was nap time then back up in the Dome car and next it was dinner. What fantastic food on this trip, I had a Beef rib & Veg and couldnt eat it all there was so much meat. We will certainly roll off the train in Vancouver.
The countryside changed when we left Winnipeg Manitoba and crossed into Sescatchewan and it turned to prairies, lots of grain crops and the railway line has been flat out with goods trains, we have passed so many we have lost count and ...
... go inside!). We also skimmed past a rather sad-looking shrine to Jimi Hendrix. His connection to Vancouver was baffling us until we found out that his grandmother lived here and he used to visit quite often.
Our four hours for the bikes were up so we returned these and continued on foot to an area called Yaletown, a small sector defined by three streets and comprising only six city blocks. It's one of the more recognised areas for ...
... and next to me was a student (freshmen) from China that was attending UC Irvine, Majoring in computer science. We started talking (of course) and at some point he asked why was I visiting China. I explained (I left the Mrs. Brown part out) and he really liked the idea. He thought that would be something he would like to do sometime in his life. It turned out that when we landed in Vancouver, ...
... for James Taylor …. maybe 1 beer too many! In hindsight we should have kept hire car another 3 days which would have allowed more flexibility and time to see more of each town.
Day 28 (Saturday): Lazy start with Brekkie overlooking the Zuiderdam which pulled in on opposite side to our boat (Coral Princess). Bit of a hunt for late provisions (4 bottles of wine for carry on – nearest store over a km ...
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