BEST WESTERN Capilano Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Hopefully they will fix up :)
Timing issues eventually sorted out and they gave us a time of 2.48 which gave us 6th for the day. Looking back we took the start too easy and allowed less experienced riders to get in front of us but then hold us up on the first decent. But that is fine as we made it through without incident - one poor rider hit a steel bollard on the first bridge 1km in and his race was then over :(
... and the service was fantastic. We noticed that we had left our adapter and battery charger behind in Vancouver so after speaking with the front desk, one of the staff, who was an Aussie by birth, volunteered to go into town and grab us a replacement one while we stayed at the bar and had a beverage or two. He was back within the hour and had the right adapter for us. After a night cap it was bed ...
21st January - Tuesday
The day started with some good news, we didn't have to find a Library, Kathy our host kindly printed the ferry information for us. Lovely day so off we went on an adventure to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. We caught the bus that was going to Grouse Mountain and got off at our stop and walked a block to the park.
... I don’t know, maybe a hundred places to visit. Many of the microbreweries now have tasting rooms and offer growler fills to provide fresh beer to take home. Good for the environment (fewer bottles and cans), good for the pocketbook, good for the palate. I went to a number of venues, enjoyed some good samples and met some nice people, in particular, a friendly bunch of CAMRA-Vancouver members. There are also some ...
... sends shock waves through the bridge and jostles Lyndsey and I but we all get the hang of it quickly.
Each bridge leads to a platform where the guide points out trees and forest features. Having spent several days ...