Holiday Inn Express Vancouver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Vancouver
Comfy, a 2 seater sofa instead of the singles would have been better for us, but still we made it work. Pool was lovely, as was the buffet breakfast.
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Today was our last chance to see a bit of Vancouver, so Carolyn, Lindsay, Cathy and I caught the ferry over to Granville Island and spent the morning browsing the market and many little shops there. Makoto, Rachel, and Kaiya joined us for lunch...a slightly more expensive than we’d hoped for, but delicious, meal at The Sandbar under the Granville ...
... and off towards the busy streets of Vancouver.
Right here at the terminal were loads of busses and taxis but after asking a few members of staff where my hotel was I soon found out it was only a few streets away and so me and my big suitcase headed out into the bust streets.
Sure enough the hotel was only a few streets away but oh boy was I sweating by the time I got there. The temp here in this city must be about 23 Celsius and it’s not even 09h30 yet.
... Fjord Tour of 2 hours. The water was pretty calm and I did not wear the hood of the survival suit. At first, I was pretty comfortable. 1 1/2 hours into the tour, it was stubbornness. Took lots of pictures. Saw birds, bald eagles, seals, expensive real estate and beautiful scenery. I enjoyed it very much. The guide was knowledgable but he did say at the beginning of the tour: "...I will answer 2 questions that I often get asked before we start. 1. Yes, we do accept ...
... Americans...slightly overwhelmed and absolutely delighted when a Kiwi beats an Australian in a sports match. We consulted the Tuppers on what route to take for three weeks in Australia and I had to get them to go over it twice and look at the maps before I figured out where Camberra was in relation to Melbourne or Adelaide. I knew Perth was way over on the west coast, that Darwin was in the north and Alice Springs was in the middle...but the rest ...
... brighten our arrival in a new city and set us up for some exploration. First stop Granville Island, although it was more like an island market with a causeway. It was fun seeing all the stalls with clothing, food and a miriad of other stuff we had never seen anywhere else, however the best bit... We got to travel there buy a False Creek ferry, a cool little covered in boat seating half a dozen people. It was about a 10 minute ride on calm water, ...