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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... in a historic inn on the river's misty edge, on Yurok Tribal Lands, eat salmon caught that morning in the river and relish other fresh produce from the area.
A new friend, met in Mexico, has told us of an unmarked access route into Jedediah Smith Redwoods Forest. We take it. This is a rare sanctuary: a redwoods park without evidence of commercial development within it. The trees rule. We soon find ourselves surrounded by giants. Another appears to cover ...
We woke early still (it takes a while to get rid of jet lag) but the sun was shining and we felt better. Isabel woke a little cranky and Sinead needed to get out as she hadn't really seen the city. Her and Thomas headed off at 6am and for 2 hours walked the city. I got Isabel up and ready and she was still not 100% but was a brave trooper and we walked down to Joe’s grill to meet Sinead for another hearty breakfast at 8am. We had ...
... looked like sunset in the middle of the day. The afternoon took us to Granville Island again. With the colourful displays of fruit and vast array of cheeses, hams, fish, well almost everything actually. Had lunch on the quay as we watched pirate ships, canoes and yachts pass us by in the lovely sunshine Our last evening meal in Vancouver was at the harbour. Good bye Vancouver ...
... a great job with both their 50th Anniversary celebration and with ensuring guests experience Alaska, even on board. On this voyage, we'll have a Midnight Sun deck party, a naturalist on board giving lectures, Alaskan salmon on the menu, and even a presentation from a real Alaskan lumberjack. We are really looking forward to all of the amazing things this destination has to ...
... nest in sight. Apparently the eagle pair had hatched two
chicks, whom the observers at the web cam monitor named Birdie and Bogie. Rocky
proceeded to spin the sad tale of how Birdie, being the dominant eagle, pecked
Bogie to death and tossed him out of the nest, to plummet the 100 metres or so
to a very definite end. Rocky then pointed out a totem pole in the back yard of
a house some distance from the trail. ...