Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre
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... ready, grabbed some snacks at Whole Foods, and walked to Stanley Park, where the last part of the Seawheeze Sunset Festival was set up. Part of the big park was set up for the concert, and on top of a small hill, there was a bar, a couple food areas, and some booths showing the art of local artists. While David, Kelsey, Marimar and Charles did the sunset yoga session, Jonathan, Geoff, Julie, Patrick, Dawson and I decided against that and ...
... and tonight it's about 8 degrees. In summer maximum temp could be 30 degrees and in winter it can be as low as -40. We also went to North Pole where Santa lives, so stopped by to have a chat. Had a great riverboat ride in a paddle steamer and learned how the pioneers survived and why people still live here! Was a really great experiential cruise, and the rain didn't dampen our spirits. More from Denali National Park and before we know it our trip to Alaska will be ...
... 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 ...
... Agent, Bakery etc. All there. Interesting guides who actually seemed to know exactly what they were talking about, unlike most of the ones in such places who can barely read off an (often incorrect) script.
Tomorrow? Up the coast, a bit. Maybe up to Whistler, maybe not. Depends on the traffic and how interesting I find North and West Vancouver (the other side of the Harbour, basically).
... the shoreline, looking at boats in the fishing harbour, but finds little of interest all the way back to the hotel.
At the hotel, a very hot and sweaty Murray collapses in the lounge for an hour before asking for a key pass to get into the swimming pool on the 4th floor to see if Dianne has made it back, and is still awake. Dianne has not yet gone in for a swim, but does so, doing a number of lengths in the 6 m x 6 m L-shaped swimming pool ...