Urban Hideaway Guesthouse
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To prepare for our 'round the world' trip Nancy and I figured we better try a shorter trip closer to home to iron out any kinks. We packed our backpacks and pulled the camping gear out of storage. Over the next two weeks we:
1) visited Squamish where I was able to run up the Sea to Sky trail while Nancy and kids enjoyed a ride up the gondola (a ...
... clock to the start of the day...Flashback....
I remember pulling my car out of the garage *twice*.
Once because I thought I was ready to go.
A second time because I forgot my power cords for my phone.
I tried the garage codes for the pet sitter two times. I finally pulled out of the driveway and into the horrible traffic where I waited and moved forward slowly until I pulled into my ...
... to the chair lift to the peak which had phenomenal views over Vancouver and across to Vancouver Island.
After we returned, the Grizzlies had come out into the open. Not the same as seeing them in the wild but still very imposing beasts. By this time it was 2 pm so we had lunch at Rusty Rail BBQ out on the balcony under the umbrellas. We had a smoked salmon burger (with a fillet of salmon) and pulled pork bun. I still can't get used to the prices displayed not ...
... Vancouver. The Sea Wall is a path that goes around the edge of Stanley Park and is nearly 9kms long, and we rode our bikes most of this distance before heading to the interior of the park, where there are some steep hills, and we even saw our first squirrel. I had my camera in my pocket and took it out to take the occasional photo, while riding the bike but I pushed my luck too far by taking a photo on a steep downward hill while trying to ...
Breaky 8.30am. Unfortunately the other residents in our room sleep until about 1pm so makes it impossible for us to see anything as we can't turn the light on so end up going to breakfast as a jumbled mess. After bfast we went to Robson Street, this is where the designer stores and normal shops are! Had a nice look around, went into Mac as it's a Canadian brand it's so much cheaper over here. Nike unfortunately is still ultra ...