Ramada Vancouver Exhibition Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bothered and I was happy with my oysters so I'd recommend it for sure. We huddled around a map to find the best way from Yaletown to Granville Island for our walking tour. I pointed out that we'd have to go out of our way to catch an Aquabus and recommended we take the short walk across the Granville Bridge, and successful convinced the gang to change the original plan. As is often the case, I chose... poorly.
... I want that. We are chilling out before our pirate cruise this afternoon with compulsory fancy dress! Should be funny! The pirate cruise was very funny. We all had to dress up and have our face painted. We got onboard the black spirit once we had taken the pirate oath and been given pirate names. Mine was angelic Alice, beano was bad to the bone beano and sherwood was shiverin sherwood. We set sail looking for a hidden map in a bottle and the treasure. ...
... proxy in photos! You might want to play spot Yoshi in the photos throughout the trip :)
Once we figured out how to arrange the back seat to prevent luggage avalanches as we turned our corners, we started to follow every road ...
... it's pitch black again, but no such luck with sleeping. I'm thinking this flight is going to make me appreciate my bed when I get home! Looking at the map we're currently flying at 35000 feet, doing a speed of 547 miles, 4049 miles from Vancouver, with an estimated arrival time of 7:19 AM. And we just passed the equator! 7:05 hours to go. That's almost just over 6 right? Which is basically 5. That's what I'm telling myself anyway.
Apologies for the ...
... impressive, looks a lot more than in the river, and it falls uninterrupted to the pool at least 50 metres below.
Looking across the gorge, we can see patterns in the undercut cliff indicative of a lava flow, and can see down to the lake. We walk to the end of the trail for more views of the lake and falls, then back to the car and carry on to Whistler.
The town of Whistler is down in the bottom of the valley, quite new and flash looking, with a lot ...