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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... are off to Grouse MTN for a snowboard and stay up there for dinner tonight . Snow Storm forecast tonight with 20 cms of snow , but the locals tell us it's all good for our journey to Kamloops tomorrow . We are in no hurry, just take our time. Heard news about heat waves in Adelaide and Melbourne , sounds full on , trust everyone is ok. Ok, got to go , talk again soon.... From the crew ...
... I acquire from the various places and tickets that I feel like keeping.
*3 bras (not pictured)
*7 pairs of underwear (not pictured) - I was really generous to myself here.
*white pullover sweater
*black light jacket
*black rain coat that folds into a square (pillow!)
*sleeveless athletic blue top (halter back)
*sleeveless athletic purple/pink top
*blue and green ...
... people fall off a bull, I’ve danced with a sunflower and I’ve had my butt grabbed by strangers at the Roxy more times than I’ve had it grabbed my entire life.
And then there was Friday.
Things began in quite the normal fashion at one of my favourite Gastown establishments, Chill Winston. This place is a ...
... 8230;So, Chris, you talk about the war now. I don’t like to think about all that violence and neighbor against neighbor. CHRISTINE: On July 5, 1778 five Manzers joined a corps called the De Lancey Brigade, They were Christopher, Barnet, Martin, Daniel and John. Christopher and Barnet became sergeants. All were single at this time except Barnet who was married to Mary Lester. They had one daughter. MAVIS: But what about John? Wasn’t he married to Martha ...
... one of the main city streets we went to head down being closed off, and converted into a huge movie set. Seems that Vancouver has a large film industry, and up until recently was the third biggest location in North America behind Los Angeles and New York. We didn't find out what film they were making, but we guessed that it was probably an apocalypse type movie, as the whole street had been made filled with rocks and snow (some real, some ...
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