A Suite @ Kitsilano Cottage
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... went over a river where there were thousands of huge logs floating together in groups. Mike told me that instead of transporting them on trucks, they use the fact that they float and a boat tows them up the river instead. We got off in Vancouver city centre and had a quick look around. Typical city scape, though it was a bit cleaner than most. It reminded me of Auckland because it seemed to be arranged in blocks and ...
... our laps, chit chatting, overtaking slower walkers and being zoomed past by speedier ones. We were happy because the sun had come out and the wind/seas were calm; a gorgeous day! Then we saw a whale spout - very close to the boat. Cool!! It is the beginning of the migration of the humpback whales from Alaska down to Banderas Bay in Mexico. The whales travel to warmer water to give birth. We're hoping as we get further south during this cruise we'll see more of ...
Today I woke up early, around 7am. After a nice shower I sat on the balcony on the 27th floor of the apartment of Isaac, enjoying some sunshine and read a book. Around 9am Isaac and Jennifer came alone and we had a good breakfast. Omelette Florentine, not too much, not too unhealthy, fresh juice and loads of coffee. Then we went to drive a part of highway 99, called the Sea to Sky Highway. We drove from Vancouver to Whistler and back. Great drive, great short walks, ...
... Vancouver Aquarium just the spot to start. Weird fish, frogs, bats, sloths, tales of 'sea monsters ' and some freakin' BELUGA WHALES. Many animals rescued and unable to return tothe wild. separately i also have photos of myself with local totem poles (depicting interesting creation myths of thunder birds and giant bears and whales and such) and more quirky...'laughing Chinamen' ? artsy stuff and a steam powered clock located in Gastown, ...
... civilization. We were fortunate to see a long horn sheep just by the train as we traveled along, as well as a deer and many Eagles and Ospreys. The Fraser River swing bridge is impressive and an important connection and final link in the Canadian National Railway. There were 3 bridges here, the Alex Fraser bridge, the Pattullo Bridge for local traffic and the Skytrain Bridge. Mr Fraser was quite ...