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Travel Blogs from North Vancouver
... school holidays, so there was no possibility of being able to stretch out at all. Neither of us slept much, but enjoyed the movies - John recording 7 watched!
Arriving at Vancouver on Monday 29 about 5.15pm we were greeted by a very excited Mikayla, jumping up and down, shouting Ma & Pa, Ma & Pa! It was so good to see them all. They have a view from their balcony, directly back to Vancouver, a great spot close to transport ...
... very worried. I was very very mad at Rosie's owner - we wrote them an email before asking them to please constrain Rosie since Rosie does not listen to their command. Today I emailed them again. This is so unfair ....
We left the hotel after 9am. It was an overcast day today, with drizzling rain now and then, and quite chilly, much colder than I expected. We first went across the street to have breakfast at Starbucks. Then we walked around the Bay by ...
... minded adults!) chairlift repertoire.. Eye spy, my friends, is for amateurs.. I'm talking the big leagues here. Honestly, I can provide hours of entertainment. Should the chairlift break down there would be no stopping LCB with this bountiful supply of bad jokes, mind numbing games and transparent magic ...
... attaching a shot of a pelican arch above the Pacific in Troncones, and a steel/concrete arch above the Pacific in Vancouver. Two very different places that share the same sea. We hope to 'blog' regularly - we each have brand new iPad minis that also take great photos, so we will have no excuse not to keep in touch (assuming wifi availability). ...
... BLCU classmates, Chris, for dinner. We had not really had much contact since we finished classes, but when he heard that I was in town, he reached out to catch up.
He picked me up from the apartment, with his friend Sharon. We went to the Festival of Lights, which was a park, filled with fairy lights. It was the most gorgeous place--- everything was covered in lights, from the tree trunks, to ...
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
North Vancouver, North Vancouver | 3 star hotelfrom $142
Lynnmour South, North Vancouver | Hotelfrom $55
North Vancouver, North Vancouver | 4 star hotelfrom $177