Days Inn & Suites- Langley
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Travel Blogs from Langley City
... spite of the map showing a waterside park.
We decide to walk as far as the Fisherman’s Wharf restaurant, with the only point of interest on the way being an abandoned handsome stone building with a chimney which looks suspiciously like a crematorium. Having reached the Fisherman’s Wharf building, which is indeed abandoned, Dianne opts for the bus, so she can go back to the hotel and try out the swimming pool for the first time, while Murray continues ...
... up, I decided to spend the rest of the day at Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park. I walked there along the foreshore, which took about 45 minutes. The aquarium was incredible, and I had the chance to see fish and sea mammals from the far arctic to the Amazon rainforest. They had two beautiful white beluga whales, a mother and daughter, and I got there just in time to see the final appearance of the day. By the time I left it was quite dark, still raining, and I called for a ...
... to it. It weighs less than two pounds and fits in a backpack! As for travel, we decided to focus on places that allowed train or transit travel... Well almost. We will be travelling by car a bit, but the organization we booked with was able to provide a carseat! I made sure to have them send me a picture so that I could judge its appropriateness. I am making lists, doing laundry and laying everything out-- tedious, yes; but part of the exciting process! ...
... for duck liver or the scallop on top of it. Everything else is good, in particular the house dumpling if delicious. The dumplings come in dishes of 8 instead of the usual 3 or 4 I am use to at home. I don't think it tastes any better than the food at home and maybe it is my personal taste but I like the food I am used to at home the best.
... guide for the day, Renee. There were 11 of us on the bus - 5 of us were kiwis! The tour wasn't one of the hop on hop off ones and we only had one real stop but it was still a good way to see the city and Renee was top class. We drove through Chinatown - encountered a guy trying to drive the wrong way and a mustached man telling him to drive the other way (Adele would have loved his mustache!). We then drove ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services