Coast Tsawwassen Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It rained all day! We had decided to go for a self guided walk and the rain was not going to stop us! We had breakfast in Tim Hortons, Canada's answer to MacDonalds! This was a completely new experience for Jon and he found it quite baffling! It was certainly cheap and fairly tasty. Anyhow our first stop was the library, followed by a trip through Yaletown, previously dockyards, and then on to the Roundhouse where this fabulous old engine is stored. It ...
... 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 ...
... wet that afternoon we headed to the library which is an impressive building built to look like the colosseum. At the back of the enormous children's floor we found the bounce and rhyme . A rather animated man with a acoustic guitar led the singing. They sang a lot of Harrison's current favourites including monkeys on the bed although we were confused by the Canadian version of heads shoulders knees and toes. ...
... market exhibiting a diverse array of culinary artisans from the local community. This was amazing, the array of food and produce was exceptional....sampled quite a few delicacies on our "Foodies Tour".
Remainder of the day was exploring at our leisure.
Tonight we dined with our Tour Director and fellow travelers.
Another night at the Fairmont Pacific ...
... condos having multi-level, sharply pitched roofs, very European. We find a car park near the lifts, nut out the really unresponsive touch-screen payment system, pay for eight hours with four toony coins, then walk up to the lift level to find what is going on with the major attraction, the Blackcomb-Whistler Peak2Peak ride. For a mere A$142 for three of us (2 seniors @ $45, one adult -Dianne! -$52) we got to go up Blackcomb, then cross over to Whistler on the ...