Days Inn & Suites Vancouver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> We get up around 9 and decide to walk to Pike Place market to have breakfast. We had researched a little crumpet shop that was at the market and we decided to eat there. The shop has been in operation for over 35 years and serves organic crumpets with all kinds of toppings, from traditional honey and jams to eggs and meat. Lyndsey chose a simple ...
... Oneonta Falls. This is a smaller waterfall on Oneonta Creek. We had initially planned on continuing and hiking up to Triple Falls, but we decided to turn back as we just had too many waterfalls to do in one day. On the way back, we saw an enormous slug on the trail. At first I thought that someone failed to clean up after their dog, until I realized it was moving and had antennae. We also stopped again at Ponytail ...
... you might expect him to have the appearance of an afro clad, 1970s disco singer but in fact, doctor chocolate looked more like an experienced dentist from Ipswich.
With Doc Choc’s help, we setup camp in preparation for our big one the following day, a gig at midday and another midnight. After a cosy sleep, we awoke early and headed to the Vaundeville stage where we were greeted by the most stunning hospitality we’ve ever received. We enjoyed ...
... that my first response of "because I'm a girl" sounded a bit...well, princessy. I finally settled on blaming my dive gear as the best non-sexist, non-princessy answer. It seemed to satisfy him.
After that experience, it seemed appropriate to channel our inner girlie-girl by window shopping on NW 23rd Street. Known for its trendy boutiques and eateries, the Nob Hill Neighborhood represents one of the things I love most about ...
... were generally family operations, until later when talented Hindu artists were allowed to join.
In India, however, the evolution of miniatures took a different path. The eleventh century Pala miniatures of Eastern India, as well as, the Jain miniatures from Western India (Gujarat), were the first expressions ...