Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
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Wow! Have we been so lucky with sunshine? Admittedly we had some light rain last week, but not enough to spoil things. Whistler had lots of sunshine, but I really feel that it's a place that would look better with snow. The village has been built at the foot of the ski slopes, but when there's no snow, there are all sorts of other sports that take to the 'tracks'. While we were there there was a major mountain bike rally happening. ...
... is where a cousin of mine lives so I was able to meet him and his family during my time in Vancouver. They fed me too, which is always a bonus in my book. There are loads of people in Vancouver but it just doesn't seem that busy (except when you're in a taxi on a Saturday morning), possibly because it's very spacious. There are large skyscrapers but they don't seem to press down on you like they do in Toronto, and everything, with the exception of ...
... so that I can make corrections after visiting towns, cemeteries and churches and newfound cousins. The best purchases I have made for this trip are a right-hand pod sling pack and an RFID blocking passport wallet.
Trusting checked luggage to the airline is what we do and is comfortable for me.
... De Lancey was authorized, … in the words of the time…. to raise a Brigade of Provincials Solely for the defense of this Island and to reestablish Order, and Government within the Same… the Oliver De Lancey papers at the New York State Library go on to say that the Brigade was to Apprehend or drive all Concealed Rebels from among his Majesties well Affected Subjects & other essential Purposes. In October of 1778, the 1st & 2nd Battalions ...
... changed and made our way down to Gas town which is Vancouver's oldest part of the city, it is a haven for good restaurants and pubs all in a small block, we ended up in the Steam works which is an ale house, they brew their own beers on site and do fabulous meals, the food was excellent. We ambled home around 930 pm, I had to keep checking my watch as the sun was still high in the sky, I'd say people could easily loose track of time with out a sunrise or ...