BEST WESTERN Capilano Inn & Suites
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... planning our time together, either side of our Rocky Mountains trip.
Wednesday 1st July
Canada Day!! A public holiday and a day for celebrations!
Celebrations began with a big street parade. There were bands, cars, advertising floats, flags, balloons, entertainment and emergency vehicles with sirens to warn us all of their impending arrival. They were all calling "Happy Canada Day" as they passed along the street. We ...
... big it was and decided to skip it. We walked to the edge of park, then turned around and walked to Robson Street which our concierge told us was a good shopping street. We first visited Safeway to get a few items (bottled water, dental floss, etc). By that time it was past noon time already. We walked by a number of appealing Oriental restaurants (noodle place, dumpling place, etc). There was a Malaysian restaurant called Banana Leaf right across from Safeway. ...
... get about 6 hours sleep on the flight. After a 13 hour flight and losing one whole day of our life while in the air, arrived in Auckland at 5:40 am on January 13, about 40 minutes ahead of schedule, YAHOO!. We then walked from the International Terminal over to the Domestic Terminal (about 15 minutes away, two different buildings) to wait for our connection to Blenheim. We then had to walk out onto the tarmac to our plane. Our plane was a very cute ...
I cannot believe what I came home to today.. Waiting just beside the front door of my apartment, was that bloody advent calendar from Alex that I have been chasing half way around Vancouver and back again!
This bloody thing has been to more places in Canada than I have! It does look a little worse for wear, none of the chocolates were behind the windows but instead were decoratively scattered ...
... 28 and 32, which was really strange. It did mean, that as we landed, we all had fun stories of the people we were sitting with. Elyse was sitting with someone who had a rich uncle who would wire them $8,000 a year for Christmas and covered the $50,000 she needed to repair her car. Laura sat in the middle of a young family, where the little daughter constantly pointed at Laura asking "Is she another Mummy?". I sat with a Dutch guy who was going to Canada to spend ...