Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
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... barely achieved that goal. Since it was an international flight we were aiming to get there early... Probably too early... But it was a good thing. Our taxi driver wanted to avoid the 'traffic' so he took us on the longest craziest detour ever. When we came in from the airport the drive took maybe 20 minutes with traffic. This drive took an hour. It was a nice day and the scenery was beautiful. But Mark and I kept looking at each other with that 'what the ****' look you get when ...
... Not so fab for those sitting in the carriage downwind of the poo catcher. The smell of poo accompanied us the entire trip! I did wonder if Cash likes to save up doing his poo until tourists get in the back of the carriage, but the driver was adamant that he is happy in his work. Surprisingly all our bags are several kilos underweight! How did that happen! Obviously I haven't shopped enough! ...
... in the interactive part where you got to be a marine biologist and x ray the teddies. Becoming a marine biologist was short lives and he later decided he would rather be a bus driver! You could dress up as a fish as well but I was the only one to partake in this activity! A quick walk round after and a splash in the water park and it was time to head to the bus and find the sky train to get home. Sherwood and I shares some Chinese and wine, while beano snored very loudly all ...
... dinner one night at a trendy restaurant called the Cannibal Cafe. I had the taco salad it was so nice, if you like tacos but prefer the meat and everything else then you would love this. Tom had the big blue burger which is a beef patty stuffed with blue cheese, onion ring with mayo Tom really enjoyed it. We also got a side of massive onion rings. Again we still have not learnt about portion control.
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... at that time. CHRISTINE: I don’t think so Mavis….not yet. But before we talk about John and Martha let me mention a bit more about the De Lancey Brigade. The De Lancey’s, like the majority of Loyalist regiments were known as Provincials. A Provincial soldier was one who was raised for a fixed period of time (the duration of the war), was paid, clothed, armed, fed, etc. the same as a British soldier, was liable to the same military discipline and could ...