BEST WESTERN PLUS King George Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... salmon for dinner. Quite delicious!
Sunday I was able to meet up with Pete and his lovely bride to be Beth. I first saw Pete the day he was born just a day before we left Malaysia when I was ten years old! We've worn well! Sandra did her amazing act in the kitchen and we dined royally on curry and some amazingly calorific pudding. Thankfully the scales were beyond my technicological competence so ...
Friday morning a late breakfast then off to Capilano suspension bridge .A little wary at first then Bell ventured forth I followed in her footsteps which meant wobbling from side to side 137 metres over and 70 metres high then up to the tree tops adventure of 7 suspension bridges through magnificent old growth Douglas fir trees. After returning over the suspension bridge we rewarded ourselves with an ice cream , Canadian lassies have strong wrists and serve a big scoop . ...
... notice, one-way value for this kind of ticket is at least $6,000+ (United charges $8,529). But this was by far, the nicest upgrade I have had yet, the meals and wine were just great. And the seats turned into complete flat beds. I was able to sleep comfortably. This trip has been the most restful one I have had to date and I have visited China at least 12 times. Life is good! : ). Will keep you posted ...
For a long while, I found myself following a car with a Quebec plate. As I passed them, I could see that it was two young guys with the car packed to the top heading west for an adventure. They stuck close behind me for almost 2 hours. As I was moving at quite a click, I figure they were trying to avid a ticket by 'going with the traffic'. Once we hit Kamloops they pulled in to the gas station with me and ...
... so we ordered an Indian (local cuisine and all that...). The delivery driver was rather fascinated that we were British and loved it when we tipped him with a shiny £2 coin. It appears the Canadians have borrowed something from their neighbours when it comes to food: the size. Two curries and two portions of rice (three, actually, as they gave us an extra one for free) lasted us two nights. Full up from half a curry and half a portion of ...