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... me for a few days in 2012) it’s a lovely connection & we settle into a smooth relationship. We are comfortable & relaxed & get lovely tour of Vancouver, I get a trip to a Gluten Free bakery (for the best scone of my life) & Ed get’s Sam addicted to Chicken filled Chinese style buns.
Maple Ridge is gorgeous & a fab time to see it as the trees are starting to turn delicious shades of autumn, as Ed & Lyn they ...
... what a beautiful place" we stop her and say" Don't unpack.We are moving". The apartment was rising in temperature, not dropping. Now we are off to a new place on Plaza Mayor, where they swear it has air conditioning as we know it.
In true Griswold fashion, we arrive at our new place struggling with plastic bags of water bottles, yogurt, cereal, milk, wine , cheese, with a baguette or two hanging on. Move over Chevy Chase and co.
... that day. I had it it mixed up because I wasn't able to check my emails during the cruise. So we found a luggage storage facility and stored our big bags, then went for a walk to nearby Gastown and looked for an attraction called Storyeum (which I found out was closed in 2006). Had a look at the Steam clock and had a coffee break before boarding the Hop-on Hop-off bus for a tour of the highlights of Vancouver. this took us two and a half hours for the round ...
... to be good and has reputedly one of the best Chinese gardens in the world (outside China, of course). However, the route into Chinatown takes you through a rather seedy couple of blocks and by the time we'd picked our way through that, we found Chinatown itself to be really rather downtrodden, especially compared to London's. The Chinese Garden was fearfully expensive - we'll leave that sort of thing for our inevitable trip to ...
The drive from Cache Creek to Vancouver was spectacular along deep canyons, the Frasier River and blueberry, maze, and raspberry fields. I had no idea so much farming is in this area. Yesterday we had bought local peaches and tomatoes at a fruit stand. The peaches on Cheerios awesome, the best! At a rest stop I made BLTs with the tomatoes, again awesome! Wish ...