Kitsilano Garden Suites
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... 8217;ll have to sit on either the bus or move
yourself and luggage to the dining car until we can get the beds readied for
Car 222 – Bedroom E was called at about 2:00 a.m. What followed was just the topping to an otherwise bad
start to our VIA Rail adventure.
As you know Deb and I are cruisers, we’ve grown accustomed to small
cabins. But in fairness, it’s ...
Ehsan and I had one last night in Santa Marta and then got up early the next day to head back to Bogota and one more evening with Erfan and Nandy. We got one last adventure out of our lack of Spanish which was quite funny. We got a cab from the hostel, and he misunderstood our directions. First we hit up the bus terminal, and then we drove to the sea port, haha. We said ...
... the new&nice people around me.
On Friday I slept longer than usually so I saved some energy from my sleep for the daily activities.
In the afternoon I planned to go to a movie from Vancouver International Film Festival with some friends. I ...
Enough of small obscure towns, I am now ready to hit the big city - Vancouver, BC. I want to see what it has to offer. This is a city that I read about but I have no preconception and no expectation. I just want to explore freely.
First order of business is Gastown - part of the city known as the original settlement. This is where I am seeing more interesting groups of people than the rest of ...
... several hours before the place itself shut down, which seems a little strange to me...).
Capilano was nice, beautiful scenery. Lots and lots and lots of people though, which I think took away from the experience somewhat. The bridge doesn't seem nearly as long or as exciting when there's literally a couple dozen other people on it! Lots of boardwalks through the forest, which again may have been a bit nicer if they hadn't been crowded with people the ...