Holiday Inn Express Vancouver
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Business Services
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... br> technical difficulties. “We know”, I replied, “We heard about it first hand.” This is only Solstice's 2nd visit to Vancouver and first disembark.
Finally off the ship, Noreen is searching for our luggage in the designated area. I ask a Celebrity employees for directions to the Pan Pacific Hotel, also right on
Canada Place. When Noreen returns she asks her the same question.
“Follow that ...
An aside on Canada in general, inspired by Granville Island. I (Tim) always imagined Canada to be a sort of '51st US state' - I figured simple proximity would mean that American culture would have taken over here in the shape of the brand names of things etc. But it is completely the opposite. You very much feel like you're in a different country - everything is proudly Canadian, all of the shops are completely new entities to me, so ...
... and Stuart was told for the millionth time this holiday.... Geeee you need to use some sunscreen. It was starting to grate on him now as he explained for the millionth time he had Celtic skin and went red as soon as the sun appeared from behind a cloud. Sarah thought it was hilarious... Stuart recalled the one think he can't get his head round ..... You can only get liquor in a liquor store?? No that has been relegated to number 2! that last night when we had been in the ...
... tried to kill me
been like juggling jelly
bent my head
The 7 other students on the course supply me with a lovely selection of characters:
Angela - from Ukraine.
She is spick and span and only 21 although she has been teaching English as Foreign Language for 22 years..... you'd think.
Jackie - from Vancouver.
From a Asian family she (apparently) fulfills perfectly her stereotype of being really nice. She ...
... home. After a shower we found ourselves right back on a bus to ride the four hours to Cebu City for the night.
Cebu City isn't a very pleasant place to spend any amount of time. According to our trusty lonely planet book we were supposed to stay in uptown as it was the 'nicer' part of town but really it was just the best of the worst. It felt like we were back on the streets of a large city in India which is a feeling we wouldn't wish upon our worst enemies. We ...