C & N Backpackers - 927 Main
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TravelPod Member ReviewsC & N Backpackers - 927 Main Vancouver
I liked staying at this backpacker's. it was in an old building and it creaked a lot, but the staff were really friendly. It is a 20 minute walk to the city and there are a couple of good bars really close to the hostel. Also it is a 5 minute walk away from the greyhound bus station which is really helpful
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... up north, and this could take anywhere from 7-10 days I imagine.
Once I've seen all that I want to see up there, I will make my way to Greece (I do not have this part booked yet), flying into Athens, spending the better part of a day looking about and then leaving asap to some of those beautiful islands (Mykonos, Santorini, Corfu, etc). Again, hoping to spend about 10 days island hoping and soaking up all the sun, eating delicious food, and chatting ...
... houses dotting the shoreline. The fog was eerie and the ship's fog horn echoed as we traveled though narrow passages. We got to see a few dolphins and a few other animals that might have been whales. It was pretty chilly sitting outside but it was hard to come inside. It was cool and windy, enough to make one shiver but that didn't stop kids from having fun in the pool. Most of the adults were in the hot ...
... binary chapter in his 1995 book Mircoserfs he also includes chapters devoid of vowels. His understanding of the power of words is still apparent with an entire room dedicated to the type of written phrases that are regurgitated countless times on Facebook daily. My favourites are 'LIKING ISN'T VOTING', 'BEING MIDDLE CLASS WAS FUN' and 'THERE'S NO SHOPPING ON STAR TREK' - which reminds me of my favourite ever Couplandism which is that 'shopping is not creating'.
A bunch ...