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... you will have a good idea of how my Mum looked when she first set off of on her e-bike! It was touch and go whether she would make it past the shop door but with each pedal she became a little more confident.
The only problem being we weren't allowed to stop because stopping meant Mum would wobble. And wobbling meant disaster for everyone in the near vicinity, so for ...
... to stroll down by the waterfront and find dinner. Along the way we found the Cauldron for the 2010 Winter Olympic games, which was neat and looks like something out of the original Superman movie from when I was a little kid. We also saw one of Holland America's cruise ships sail away tonight, which made us all excited for our upcoming cruise in just 2 days.
We strolled the waterfront enjoying the beautiful city and ended ...
Canada Day is July 1st. In my brilliance, I did not know this and did not realize that this might have an impact on my vacation. For those Americans and others who are equally ignorant of the importance of this date: it's the date that the 3 colonies became a single country called Canada.
The Maple Leaf was on cheeks, flags, tatttoos and on t-shirts. There were special events, but nothing I wanted to do was closed for ...
... red and white, flags, hats and face painting to go for dinner. We wandered down towards Chinatown and found a large supermarket with lots of Asian products to buy milk and juice for breakfast. It was amazing also to see large tanks of fresh seafood there: lobsters, crabs, mussels, abalone and various types of fish. We weren't terribly successful in finding somewhere to eat there as a lot of places seemed to be closed down, so we continued to wander. Just near the ...
sandy slept in while I went down to check out breakfast at the LaQuinta. A Mexican hotel in a Chinese neighborhood run by Arabs not only was filled to overflowing with Chinese but they had congee and fruit toppings on the buffet. We opted to drive to a place the magazine in the room recoended, Paul's omeletery. Another winner! Paul was charming and the omelet a were unique and ...
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