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It was warmer than we expected as we arrived into Vancouver at 10pm after an epic flight from Cancun after some crazy immigration and customs rigmarole in Dallas just to transit the place! No such uptight and quite pointless process in chilled out Canada, the airport was a ghost town and we were through in 10 minutes! We had made it to the Pepe's, aka Phillipe who is French, Vanessa an old Flightie colleague and their cute as a button son Jeremy’s cool apartment in the centre ...
... them, you have to walk up the hill to the top every-time you go and your limited to 2 hours , you also have to scan your ticket every time to get up to the top, when you get up there you get pushed down by the attendant up the top, if your really unlucky he spins you as you go down haha We spent 1 hour here I had 3 goes and Jake had 5 then we went to go back and have lunch before getting on our bus home at 4 on the way down the stairs ...
... had the opportunity to co-pilot. Great being able to listen in to the control tower and plane spot as we passed under the jets. Some of the houses on the islands had to be seen to be believed. There were even some vineyards which were covered in snow at present.
Next be trip will be to Vancouver Island to see the Christmas lights at the Burchard Gardens. That will be great!!
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... living in Vancouver who showed me a few more sites included a side of Stanley Park I hadn't walked to, the super expensive houses in West Vancouver and Cypress Mountain where the Olympic Rings are. Although there was no snow when I was there, it certainly made me realise how much I miss skiing and I spent a lot of time thinking how I could get back to Canada. That ...
... North America; yes even bigger than Central Park in New York. Thankfully you can drive the park otherwise it would take a good couple of days to walk through this park to see all that it has to offer. From a restaurant, to a lighthouse, totem pole, and just pure beautiful scenery it's a great way to see Vancouver. As it's basically an island you can look back and get a unique view of the cityscape. We had some fun at the totem poles with Nate pulling off ...