WorldMark The Canadian
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Taking public transit to see how we do with our roller backpacks. Two nights at the WorldMark Canadian in Vancouver.
We will need to navigate through London, on the Tube and the trains, as well as down to Eastbourne and out to Benson. It's still to be determined if we can indeed fit all our stuff into 2 backpacks. Simon and Chantal have …
today we had a day out on the trolley. first of all we caught the
On our first day here in Vancouver, we decided to go and drive through the different suburbs to see what they are like. Being a Sunday we expected it to be a quiet and laid back drive. We went past Grouse Mountain and Cyprus Mountain, two of the three ski areas just a few minutes outside Vancouver. At the bottom of Grouse Mountain, they have a …
We spent one night in Seattle after another long day of driving, the hotel was pretty much on the freeway off-ramp and had thin windows and was sealed badly, but it was cheap, at least we got some sleep. After walking down to the docks we decided on trying out one of the restaurants, which was very nice, they had a 4 course special with a shrimp …
... even if the bike is parked and the key out of the ignition. If you forget your laptop is connected to it, it will certainly drain the battery. What I've done is make a charging point that's only ON when the ignition is on. Simply locate the wire that goes to the rear light and connect the activation wire of a standard automotive 30A relay to it. Connect the main feed to the relay directly from the battery (+) terminal via a fuse. The relay can be fitted ...
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The Canadian is our go to place for Staycations. It's a quick 1/2 hour from home. The location is so great for strolling downtown, shopping, eating, relaxing, water, parks, city bustle.... i could go on.
The rooms are standard WM quality, with all the necessary equipment to eat in and enjoy the view. They are "city" units, quite compact, but then the point is being out enjoying the greatest city in the world, not sitting in the unit! The south facing units can get quite warm in the summer but with both fans going and keeping the windows open overnight to help with the cool down it was bearable
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