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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I took some photos of some other shops after I ate lunch at the Cannery Cafe (Granny's Diner on the show ) and then went back home. The rain just wouldn't stop and the traffic was pretty horrendous, so I took the car back ...
... is forecast but we took a taxi to Canada place and did a touristy simulated flight over Canada...was exciting with me lifting my legs up because I thought they would touch the water/mountains etc.... Very realistic and magnificent views. Our taxi driver on the way home suggested that my mother (Colleen) travelled in the front...haven't stopped calling her Mum since!! I am not very popular!! Today Jane Williams ...
... head back to the creek and gravel trail. On the return route, we take a leg in to where two stolen tractors were driven into the bog. One was rescued with the help of a helicopter, while the other remains, with the yellow blade and blue frame marked Komatsu still showing above the quicksand.
We exit from the Bog over a different bridge and a steep trail to the streets, and back home via the other end of the street. We finished our packing, had a cheese ...
... over the management of an organic fruit juice company. Unfortunately Rex was away in Toronto but Angela offered to take us sightseeing to places where travellers wouldn't normally go or know about. She picked us up and took us to 'Fly Over Canada' which was a virtual flight over scenes of Canada. It was fantastic. She then drove us over to North Vancouver to a lovely little bay called Deep Cove, it reminded us of Bobbin Head with a ...
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