Days Inn & Suites- Langley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... seating. Unfortunately our seats were far apart and we weren't able to sit together. I sat surrounded by Fundy kids I didn't know. For dinner we had a choice of pasta or rice and beer. I had the rice. The stewardess told me the kids were eating all the pasta. After dinner I went up and checked on Jeff. He had the pasta. He was happily watching Interstellar. My tv screen did not work. Only bright white the whole trip. Oh well. Only a 9 ...
... already just breathtaking but then we went to another level on the chair lift and had a clear view of Mt Baker which is, I think, about 100 miles away in Washington State. It's hardly possible to find words to describe how beautiful it all was. We then enjoyed three beautiful documentaries in The Theatre in the Sky which made a perfect end to our trip to Grouse ...
... hotels along the main line to attract wealthy clientele. Built in 1890, the first chalet at Lake Louise provided rustic accommodation for a handful of guests. The early chalet burned down in 1893. In 1902, the area became part of Canada's first National Park. A larger chalet was built and fire in the 1920's again destroyed a wing. But again the chalet was rebuilt and the final wing and pool was added in 1925 and this is when the chalet was given the name of Chateau Lake ...
... and then walking back to our hotel, it was a great idea, we spotted a large seal on our way over there which seemed happy to just swim by the boat. The boat houses at Fishermans warf are amazing, all very different and eccentric to say the least. Brian was back at the hotel soon after us and enjoyed exploring too, he watched a movie being shot at a huge government building, a Disney ...
... br> As we now had three quarters of an hour to fill, we decided to walk to the "lighthouse" stop, along a fairly busy highway. Dianne wanted to look down side streets, but we were prevented from taking an early street because of overhead electrical work, but crossed after the work site, walked down a narrow, winding street past large houses with good gardens to find an access to the beach.
Dianne wanted to walk along the shingle beach, looking at the flash ...