Dominion Hotel Vancouver

Address: 210 Abbott Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2K8, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vancouver

From the train to the ship at Vancouver

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 23, 2015

17 photos

... up. One is a Princess Cruses ship and the other is the Holland America's Noordam and the ship I am about to board!!

With my luggage handed to the porter I headed inside the main building. "Please have your documents ready" were the words from a lady standing at the doorway!!

Well!!! Getting ones documents out here was simply a waste of time as there were simply thousands of people in a queue and waiting to board the ship. After about two hours I was ...

At Sea

A travel blog entry by lerouxly on May 20, 2015

... which works very well, is far from pretty: $99. Doune calls it a "mom" watch. At least, there is no danger of it being borrowed. Then I went for another 10-laps walk around the track, braving the strong north Pacific winds, equipped with a hoodie, hood over my head and string drawn tightly around my face. Then, as I came in, a station had been setup to sell drinks. I was offered a rhum punch for $5.50, 2 for 1. Doune could have one but I know she ...

Entry 5: Hurricane, monsters & bittersweet cookies

A travel blog entry by sophie.bergeron on Apr 18, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... highlight of the week happened on Wednesday morning, in the kindergarten class. I have taught something to children for the first time ever. I am so grateful that Lauren allowed me to do this. I only had a story book and a DIY, but it was a start. The little friends enjoyed the story of the green monster so much that they wanted me to read it three times. Then, they went crazy with the DIY, because they had to create their own monster! I ...

Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by wandering_james on Dec 25, 2014

15 photos

... part of the temperate rainforest that stretches from Alaska to Northern California. Lynn Canyon is filled with second growth, though still impressive, Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedars. The suspension bridge is much smaller than the popular Capilano Suspension Bridge, though still impressive and free.There are in fact, several trails in Lynn Canyon Park. The Twin Falls Loop Trail is a ...

Holy Crap thats steep

A travel blog entry by tredders on Oct 02, 2014

20 photos

... our way back down in the bus we stopped to go into Capilano Suspension Bridge but when we saw they wanted $35 plus tax we gave it a miss...Its definitely not worth that money . Back on the bus we went then across on the Sea bus and we made our way to the Pacific centre and the kids bought some warm clothes.
Early to bed tonight because everyone is still tired from last night. We are off to Whistler tomorrow on the Grey ...