Radisson Hotel Burnaby
TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Burnaby
In a galaxy long, long ago and far, far away -or so it seemed--on January 1, 2012, our trip to Belize via Cancun began. At 8:55 p.m. we flew from Regina to Vancouver via Calgary, where we stayed overnight at the Radisson Hotel. Bedtime was at 2:45 a.m. Happy New Year!
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... to walk with our sore legs.
The trolley took us all around the city. We started downtown and then it took us back to Stanley park where we had been the previous night for the Sunset Festival. We also saw the rose garden and traveled through the red cedar forests. I found it fascinating to see our race route from a different perspective-- everywhere the trolley drove, we recognized different parts of where we had run the day before. It was ...
... Bob's (from the plane) advice and are hiring a car and heading up to Whistler so today is our last full day in the city.
We did some brief shopping before catching the free shuttle bus out to the rainforest just outside the city. I don’t really want to keep writing about how ordinary things are but I don’t really have a choice unless I want to lie. A while back I re-read my blog from Borneo and I was annoyed at how ...
... The area is quite charming with hanging baskets of flowers everywhere and many pedestrians strolling about enjoying the atmosphere. We were surprised to see the historic Steam Clock (on Cambie and Water Street) built by Raymond Saunders with steam actually spouting out of the top. It is one of only a few in the world and was built to solve the issue of a steam vent in a popular sidewalk. By chance we were there at the moment when it played a little tune. ...
... in North America, although generally this meant only the provinces on the Atlantic between Nova Scotia and West Florida. Soldiers serving in Provincial units were volunteers, not conscripted. MAVIS: Did John have an important rank? CHRISTINE: I believe John was a just Private. However, his brother Barnet was a Sergeant. There were about 3 sergeants for 50 privates. They were both in the 2nd battalion that served in the war from 1776 – 1783… primarily on Long ...
... Blacksmith's Shop, doubling, by the '20's, as an Auto Service shop ... the owner saw the writing on the wall with Cars very early, even inventing a type of suspension spring that he patented and which was used for 10 years in all the Ford motor cars of the era until someone else came up with a better idea.
Steam engines, steam powered carousel, Drug Store, Optometrist, Bank of Canada, ...
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