Ramada Vancouver Exhibition Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the other side where Coola appeared and started to follow Grinder under the bridge and around the fence line scouting for food. We got up close to both of the beauties and we just couldn't take our eyes of them. What gorgeous looking creatures they are and probably the only time we will ever see them so we soaked up every minute we could until they started to wonder off into the trees to rest.
There was absolutely nothing else we could do up ...
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... This was when I took the photo. It was packed tonight and the food was good. I wouldn't have minded if it hadn't been, as I was there for the decor. (Gordon may have been a bit peeved though.)
I'd decided by quite early on in the day that I finally understood why people liked Vancouver. It is easy to get around, there's plenty to see and it has a good feel to it. There doesn't seem to be any one outstanding feature that you have to see, more a ...
... achaar, a chilled potato salad flavored with timmur (Himalayan pepprcorns).
My train leaves early tomorrow, so I spent the evening packing my stuff and getting organized. I will write some final thoughts on Vancouver tomorrow.
Thanks, as always, for reading!