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 ...
... will have a blast!
To begin the adventure, The Pooh and I will be driving from Vancouver to Calgary, as the little doggy may not do so well on a flight. This will be his fourth drive through the rocky mountains! He loves to drive, eat snow and have a good time, so it will be a fun send off for us :).
Stay tuned for the Calgary post, the winter time ...
... for me as well. I was oddly happy when she told me she also was unsuccessful in booking from the website. I must admit I was starting to wonder if it was an “operator error”. So I was please to know, it wasn’t me after all.
However I still have 3 routes to book, and two more people to book them for (bringing our grand total to 19 tickets to buy for). These 3 remaining trains we could wait to book when we got ...
... 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.