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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... what we wanted to do so we asked a friendly staff member who suggested the peak to peak. This a cable car up one mountain and then a choice of switching to one of two other mountain peaks. We arrived at the top of the mountain and instantly realised that shorts and t-shirt were not going to be suitable up a mountain. Luckily I have my 2 pound showermac from Primark. I had not anticipated wearing that every day, thank goodness it hasn’t actually rained – I ...
... slowly by and towards the Nature Trail. This was wooden paths, pretty much ground level, which went on for a while in various directions. We walked around most of it and it was quieter and quite relaxing. It brought us out at the 'Tree Top Adventure' which was a series of around 7 suspension bridges, like mini versions of the actual one, but higher and shorter, going from tree to tree. It was cool and not as scary as the big bridge, but we wished it had beeen a ...
... side of the channel, and the tender ride takes about 20 minutes. The weather is far from pleasant – cold, foggy and it is raining lightly when we arrive to check out the visitor centre and relics of the former cannery. We take photos of the cannery building, the wharf and landing with very long piles for the tides. Check out the inappropriately named "Iron Chink", an automated fish processing machine which cuts off fish heads and tails, splits, deguts, and brushes ...
We leave tomorrow afternoon and I am trying to get everything together that we might need... And yet still keep it to a minimum. The plan is for Beckett and I to share a suitcase, and for Ben to have one of his own. We will have a main carry on we need access to (read diaper bag) a carry on for back up supplies (a back pack we can use while on the trip) and my purse. The question is: can I fit everything we need into reasonably small, easy to carry items? I ...
... Lung Cancer Association. She did amazingly well and it looks like she's inspired my aunt and uncle to do it with her next year!
After Yom Kippur, the day after in fact, I moved into the Vancouver Moishe House which is really exciting.