Coast Tsawwassen Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... efficient, It only took 30 minutes to clear Immigration, pick up my case and through customs. A fast driverless sky train link takes you into the heart of the city in
30 minutes and only costs C$7.50 (about £4.20), senior rates of course! This left me with just a five minute walk to the Holiday Inn Suites, my bed for the night, a lot better than my windowless box in Gatwick!
Although feeling a little jaded I still ...
... 5:00pm is next to impossible, especially when there is a ferry offloading and joining the drive, and this includes large transport trucks, and 4 other roads were merging into the northbound traffic and lanes that merged both left and right and the lanes are restricted down from 6 to 1...and everyone is jockeying for first place. Nate's truck allows him some latitude and so, when a Mercedes tried to force his way in, and I mean force...after coming up ...
... t worth it and went to sleep. When I woke up Charlotte had offered her headphones to him, he declined.
We arrived into Vancouver airport which looks like a Cherokee Indian Casino and got the met into town and found our hostel relatively easily. The hostel is a bit of a dive but it’s clean and for 24 GBP (I have no pound symbol on my keyboard) it will do. We don’t have any form of guidebook or real knowledge of ...
... to see some a couple of log booms on the water. It seems that this is still used to transport logs on the water up this way.
After the necessary Starbucks coffee (I have discoved Vanilla Latte!) We wandered down to the wharf area - a big harbour with ships at anchor, and a sea plane terminal (for the tourist trade).
Then we bussed upto Stanley Park, a rather large parkland on the water. Lovely gardens. We read that there is a ...
Tonight is not only Richard's last night in the 50-54 year age group, but our last night in Canada - that beautiful country north of the 49th Parallel that has given us so many great experiences and beautiful memories - on bikes, boats, sea planes and trains. Our last blog finished on our first night in Victoria, Vancouver Island, and on our second day there we did a bike tour of the city and surrounds before catching the ...