Coast Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for me – Anna and Aussie Steve brought us here our first night in our Vancouver sharehouse.
Chill Winston’s bright red outdoor umbrellas occupy the large space across the cobblestoned way from Gassy Jack (his statue, anyway) – for whom the area is named. Gastown is touristy but endearing. The buildings are old. Old-style lamps line the streets. Which are cobbled. It’s my favourite place for nightlife.
... for the majority of the time, a nice change from the 14 hour one! We arrived in Toronto, discovered our bags were booked through to St. Johns and sat down (enjoying the wifi) for three hours till our plane left. Our flight arrived in St. Johns, Newfoundland at 12:30am on Tuesday 2nd July. We'd finally made it. I'd be more than happy to never see the inside of a plane again. Ok, unless I was headed to Sydney. We were met by an overjoyed Courtney Stone & Manser, ...
Awoke early, refreshed and excited about the day ahead. Gracie has organised two days to explore the sights and sounds of Vancouver. Clever lady. Look out Vancouver !!!!! On our previous travels we have learnt that the best way to get orientated in a new city is to use the Hop on Hop off Buses. In Vancouver the tourist bus system is well supported. Throughout the day we can leave the bus at any point, explore an area, then catch the bus at any stop in ...
... t fit anything more in our luggage!
We hired a car for a week so we could go see some favourite places one last time and to visit friends. We went to Chilliwack to visit old family friends; Laura and her new husband David. David's family has a beautiful home in the Chilliwack mountains with a view of the river and lake. I am in love with their place and the powerless cabin at the back of the property was amazing.
Then we ...
... to travelling with only a carry on sized bag! It has already become very evident how kids change travel... More planning, more stuff, less structure. A few of our early concerns included sleeping arrangements and car travel. I don't want to pack a heavy and cumbersome playpen or pay for a seat to bring an equally heavy car seat... So, first we found a lightweight option: Kidco's Peapod! We have had it for a month, allowing him to play and nap in it to ...