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... so I could take the False Creek ferry to Granville Island.
Granville Island is a peninsula and shopping district. I guess it used to be kind of gritty, but now it's a cute and popular place. Of course I missed my stop and didn't get off the bus until once we were over the Burrard Bridge. I didn't see this as a terrible thing, as I enjoy photographing bridges and scenery from them. At this point the sun was starting to shine. The views did not disappoint. I paid my ...
... some peter the cruise ships leave the port. And some cargo ships aka rusty's coming in and out of port. It was soon time to take our bikes back to spokes and say our fair wells to Tess and don. The holiday had been great and it had been fantastic to spend such quality time with Tess and don and all the family and for them to get to know Harrison we really have had so many laughs along the way. Here's to the next time! After saying ...
... as above
another nice guy who helped prep dinner, think he was a family friend.
missing were the ladies, Kevin (close family friend) and Shaun (other son).
all in all loads or people either living or spending time at this proper home.
dinner done and straight off into town via the beer shop and went to an apartment on the sea front and hosted by Greg ...
... 100 cleaning fee as booking less than a week) without a lot of drama, apart from failing to stop at the Maccas when we had the chance, so have to go to bed hungry.
The condo looks OK, nothing flash. The building is right on the beach, a 1980-ish gun barrel two storey, with one set of steps for each pair of up and down units. The condo is neat and clean, with floor to ceiling glass in the living room leading to a verandah (lanai), with views past the front of ...
... gentle persuasion from the others on the tour and Steve, I managed to get over and back with no real problems. We also did a Top of The Trees Walk. This was a walk on pathways and smaller suspension bridges through the top of the many extremely large trees.
We then made our way back to the bus and drove up to Grouse Mountain. We boarded a large gondola and were soon up near the top of Grouse Mountain. Unfortunately we had a ...