Ramada Vancouver Exhibition Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We caught the midday bus to the airport and our cases were there where Janet said they would be. Checking in was no problems. Fairbanks airport is not very big. We had a hour flight to Anchorage, where we had to change planes. Our luggage was booked though to Vancouver. Time moved an hour forward, so it was 8.30pm when we landed. By the time we got through Customs and collected our luggage it was 9.30pm. How glad we were to find we ...
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... ski area with 4 chairlifts and 26 runs and a skiable area of 212 acres. Grouse Mountain has several activities and is also a refuge for endangered wildlife.
We rode the Skyride which soars to an altitude of 4,100 feet above sea level over the towering Douglas Firs, to the Apex of Grouse Mountain. The trip took 15 minutes with breathtaking views over Vancouver. This is the largest aerial tramway in North America.
The Lumberjack Show tells ...
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... vacation spot of my elective thanks to the escape from Part B is beautiful British Columbia. I definitely appreciate it more since moving away, but the likelihood is that I will have my usual, lazy home time: eating an obscene amount of sushi, occasionally taking Millie for a run along the water, and giving in to jetlag at 8pm while watching TV with the family. I'm sure there will be at least one outdoorsy or Whistler excursion worth blogging about. If not, stay tuned for East ...