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The next morning was another stunning day so we decided to hire electric e-bikes for a few hours to see as much of Stanley Park's 1,001 acres and its various attractions. We found a local and cheap hire company that had just the bikes we were after and in no time we were off.
Now if anyone has seen the Friends episode where Phoebe rides her first ever ...
... br> We made our way to the hotel, the Sheraton Airport, which isn't in the location I had hoped for but felt lucky to have a room. Something called the World Cup booked up all the rooms (even though I booked this 5 months ago!). The hotel is nice enough, but it is sprawling and we are in the far back wing of the hotel.
After checking into our rooms, we headed out to catch the Canada Line (subway) into the city. We ...
... today. There was quite a lot of traffic, partly due to Jazz Festival on Georgia Rd that we were coming in on. It was a good time in other ways though as we discovered when we arrived at the hotel. It was across the road from the stadium and as we got out of the car we heard great cheering. We discovered Canada was playing Switzerland in the quarters of the FIFA Women's Soccer World Cup and Canada had just scored. After the game we joined the hordes, decked out ...
... number but they did let me leave a message. Yeah!!
We did the inside passage and went past Campbell River at around 9:00. Saw our 5th, Brenda's house and Steve, Warren and Jacks house. What a beautiful country we live in. Got dark around Sayward so that was the end of our outside viewing.
Snack at 10:30 buffet then bed. A little rollie through the open water between VI and Haida Gwaii but managed to fall to sleep and stay there.
... or that no member of staff comes walking through the train while I'm hanging out!! Lucky for me I was not seen!!
The scenery along this river is some of the best I have ever seen from a train in my life and it was worth every second just hanging out that door. One minute the train was hanging on a cliff edge and the next it was crossing the river on a mighty high steel bridge. On the other bank of the river was another railway with mighty long freight trains ...