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We have spent our last night in Victoria! After checking out of the hotel we drove up to Sidney to meet Jen, who was taking us to Royal Roads University to say goodbye to Uncle Danny and have a look at Hatley Castle, where parts of the X-Men films were shot. I offered to drive back down the highway, which turned out to be a BAD decision! We looked …
Everyone managed to get up at 5 am and get out the door and to the Whitehorse airport on time. Can't believe Air Canada cuts off check-ins 45 mins ahead of departure in Whitehorse. Anyway, the flight was fine. We arrived in Vancouver and took the Canada Line down to Waterfront Station. We had a nice brunch outside in the sun at the new convention centre at the Bellaggio Wine Bar. At that point we decided Val should get her own Ipad Mini ...
... relatives and also her cousin Dean (whom Norma hadn’t seen in 20+ years) who took time out from his job to visit. With a bunch of tasty chicken wings in our bellies, we then drove the final four hours back to Vancouver where we again spent a night with Sue chatting into the late evening.
The Canadian Rockies provided some of the most stunning scenery of the entire trip, which was a great way to cap off the travelling adventure of a lifetime. Although there is no way ...
... as they will always have something to say. Now I am leaving North America, it is time for my rating once again (1 to 10 scale): Safety factor: 9 Canada is a developed country, thus traffic poses no hazard and there are no street dogs out to kill you at night. Food poisoning is very unlikely and getting shot is more something for the southern areas in the United States. With this said, the only bad thing that could happen is ending up in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service