Coast Tsawwassen Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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Our first stop on Monday will be Seattle for lunch and then we will head a bit further south for our first over night stay. As ist turns out, it is harder to find a campground in or around Portland than we thought. So, I guess our first two nights will be in a hotel. At least we are close to the city and we can slowly ease into camping...
Budget: 1, Jessi: 0
... through by a customs woman who obviously was having a bad day - maybe she saw me scowling in the held up line? Anyway, bags arrived successfully and we headed downtown in the sky train.... Why hasn't Melbourne got one of these things? Found our apartment ok & had a sleep for about an hour, then headed out to tramp around the Waterfront, City & along False Creek opposite Granville Island then back home. Amazing how far ...
... br> The next thing that surprised me was the biased crowd. Today, the match would be the Vancouver Canucks against the LA Kings, meaning a home ground advantage for the Canucks. I would estimate about 98% of the supporters there were Vancouver supporters, and the organisers really catered for this. Videos of the players played as we waited, and such a big deal was made when the Canucks entered that I didn't even realise the other team had also come out. ...
... outside temperature which went down to minus 60 something centigrade!!
We took a taxi to our flat for the next few days. Actually a nice area, a short walk from Stanley Park and a couple of hundred yards from English Bay. Now we have bought gammon and veg, and a bottle of fairly local wine and will eat and go to bed. Good to have arrived at the next stage of our travels.
... by giant Douglas fir trees. Following our long walk we headed back to their house and preparations began for the family dinner. Simon arrived soon after and later James, his wife Amanda and new baby Stella. More catching up with news over an amazing dinner of barbecued fresh sock-eye salmon, something that is not a delicacy here but a seasonal commonplace meal. We had a most enjoyable evening and it was so nice to firmly reconnect the two families. Now it's ...