A Gazebo In The Garden
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from North Vancouver
What are the odds that I would accumulate HUGE blisters the day before this hike? Didn't stop me from busting my way to the top though. After a slight delay on the Sea-to-Sky due to bad traffic, we were off on an uphill climb to Lake Garibaldi. Up, up, up, we go!
The climb took us 4 hours to the top. We ate small snacks and protein along the way, while carrying loads of 40lbs and 60+lbs for Art! This was intended to be ...
... after 10 months of adventure in distant lands. Now after a few days we are settling in to our life back home in Vancouver (and routine eeek!).
It seems like we left yesterday as not allot has changed. People go about their business taking their kids to school, soccer practice, training for their next event. There are some new buildings in the area and some friends have moved ...
... here - bugger! Would have been great, but not to be... Walked down to Granville Island & bought supplies for tea tonight and had a couple of drinks overlooking False Creek under a beautiful evening sky - nice! Back to the apartment for soup, pate, cheese & toasty bread...
Having all sorts of trouble trying to load photos into the blog, so it might well be just a diary in here (until I can work it all out)... Damn ...
... car and on to Coromandel Town. And I really must comment on the secondary highways in NZ, they are not straight in any form of the imagination in fact if you can imagine the Stanley Park Seawall but double wide that is what was the width of the roads in this section. In fact I think they just let a snake go loose on where they wanted the roads to go and followed it……extremely windy, narrow and speed limit was 45 at its highest and in ...
It was the last day of 2014 for us, though we all found it amusing that all of our family and friends in Australia were experiencing the first day of 2015 already.
For the evening, we had booked to visit Grouse Mountain, the small ski mountain closest to Vancouver. It is accessible only by gondola, which is the ideal mode of transport there regardless, because of the stunning view it affords of Vancouver. We went up at sunset, so it ...
Other places to stay in North Vancouver
Lynnmour North, North Vancouver | 3 star hotelfrom $140
Lower Capilano Marine, North Vancouver | 2 star hotelfrom $87
Lower Capilano Marine, North Vancouver | 2 star hotelfrom $84
San Juan De Lurigancho, North Vancouver | 3 star hotelfrom $133
Lynnmour South, North Vancouver | Hotelfrom $55
North Vancouver, North Vancouver | 4 star hotelfrom $177