Radisson Hotel Burnaby
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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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... Mem Fox books and a tassie tiger and a tassie wombat were a hit.
Headed off to Yaletown to find bar with a waterview to have an early evening meal. Yaletown was buzzing. People out enjoying the great weather knowing rain is on the way. Pulled pork and a local pino were very enjoyable. Off home via the False Creek ferry and a chance to take some twilight photos. A great day.
... to listen to us talk & even a few said they were, which I think is a bit odd because there are plenty of Aussies here! We managed to knock over a fair amount of our souvenir shopping, lost count at the amount of stuffed beavers, moose & more bloody taxes & just when we thought we couldn't take anymore walking we found a nice bar, sat outside & scoffed a cider at the Steam Works Brewing Company whilst gazing at the big ship docked right where ours would be tomorrow!! ...
Our rooms were ready by 1 so we got to meet our stateroom attendant Francis, unpack and sit on the veranda for a few minutes before the safety drill. The champagne sail-away was fun with great views of Vancouver. Watching the bridge go by as we sailed under it was quite an experience. We walked all around the ship and noted all of the places we could use our free unlimited beverage package. We stopped at a ...
... before the Internet. With those books as my first source I moved to Ancestry.com. Cousins found through that computer program have provided a personal touch to the "tree" and have led to invitations to meet in person when I arrive in New Brunswick or Nova Scotia.
I will "carry-on" my iPad and with that keep connected ...
... were told to tell people that the Killer Whales lived for around 30yrs in captivity, which is apparently much longer than in the wild. Well, if you have read Phil's previous blog, you will see that we saw the 'granny' Orca, who was 100yrs old!! This is where these animals should be born and die. It had completely changed our views on visiting any aquarium/sea life/sea world centre.
We went to bed with lots of thoughts about our whale watching day and how lucky ...
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