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Vancouver! Sunday May 17-Thursday May 21
Our cruise was a great success and the Panama Canal a great experience.
Vancouver has put on some fine warm weather for our stay.We felt settled in the airbnb apartment in Seymour Street only a short walk from the cruise terminal at Canada Place and the train station. We can highly recommend this apartment. It is just like the photos on AirBnB-clean, modern and well equipped. We found our land legs quickly. It probably shocked them a ...
... through by a customs woman who obviously was having a bad day - maybe she saw me scowling in the held up line? Anyway, bags arrived successfully and we headed downtown in the sky train.... Why hasn't Melbourne got one of these things? Found our apartment ok & had a sleep for about an hour, then headed out to tramp around the Waterfront, City & along False Creek opposite Granville Island then back home. Amazing how ...
... knew what this island was, or what there was to do there, but it was getting us out and about so we went along. Granville Island was a pretty cool place, although not really an island as it was attached to the mainland. We saw our first wild seal, the floating houses in the harbour and the painted silos. They took us to a broom shop (which sounds super boring, but they looked kind of like Quidditch brooms, definintely not somewhere we would have bothered going had it not been ...
... The Church itself was beautiful, with the stain-glass windows and high ceilings seen mostly in Catholic Churches. The service was really well done, too, with candles at the end of each pew dancing with light adding to the atmosphere. They had a Christmas pageant with kids and adults playing out the nativity seen from the angels’ points of view. In the middle, a man, clearly angry with the world, stood up and said "Attention, everyone, ebola is a plague ...
... have the juicy flavour of a nice beef burger.
After that we strolled through the gift shops of Gastown and grabbed ourselves a souvenir, a native designed dish that now resides on our fireplace mantle. During our walk through Gastown we saw one of the iconic landmarks of the area, which is the Steam Clock. A neat clock that runs off of steam (obviously).
After this we made our way out to Stanley Park, which is the largest metropolitan ...