Compass Point Inn
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... comfy little chairs set amongst artificial green spaces where you can relax and wait for your flight to be called. An unusual quirk is that arriving passengers are routed along walkways just above these departure rest areas, so you get to watch the newcomers and speculate where they have been. We’re amused that a whole planeload of people are passing by wearing tank tops, ...
... of plumbing. The transformation was amazing, and made the past sixteen hours of hard slog all worthwhile. Kirsty’s reaction? “Ah, I thought that the wall colour was going to be a bit more, well, coloury.” My uncharitable mind was recalling that she had, in fact, picked these colours from about a zillion sample charts, but I knew what was coming next. “Can we maybe swap the wall colour for this one?” “Sure. No ...
Update: we now have confirmed reservations on an 6 am flight tomorrow, arriving in Vancouver at 4:30 pm. Cross your fingers for us. We are ready to come home!!
Update: we had a good day in the hotel, sitting by the outside pool, feasting and drinking, while updating all our internet communications. Had dinner at 6 pm and then off to bed for a 1:30 am wake up ca!!
... and young locals. Dick and I brought up the average age by a bit!
A city tour was in our future a little later in the afternoon. Sheldon, our tour guide, was originally from Alberta and came to Vancouver about six years ago. Young man who loves this adopted city. We and about 13 of our "best friends" toured Vancouver seeing Chinatown, Gastown, Stanley Park, Bloedel Conservatory, and Granville Island. No, we really didn't get to ...
... drink for free! We headed to bed quite early as we had to get up at 3:30am (!) to catch the train to Seattle.
The next morning was a bit chaotic but we made it to the train station, through US Customs and Border Security, and onto the train without much ado. The trip itself was about 5 hours through the stunning scenery that is the Pacific Northwest coastline. Upon arrival in Seattle my cousin Martha fetched all of us (and our luggage!) at the train station, where ...