BEST WESTERN Peace Arch Inn
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Our ride starts Tuesday afternoon with an orientation session, then we start actually riding on Wednesday morning. So far, the weather here has been beautiful - sunny and warm, and it's supposed to stay that way for the next few days. Everybody is complaining about how terribly hot it is: it's been in the mid to upper 80's but low humidity. We just call it a gorgeous summer day in ...
... on the other end of various heavy things. “Nah - I can do it. As long as we stop at least every hour or so and get more coffees.
Much to our surprise, we achieve all the tasks. We work as a team with Kirsty sorting and culling while I hump bits and pieces back and forth. The new layout works really well and we’re still patting ourselves on the back when dinner time rolls around. Now for challenge number ...
... under the Granville Bridge. Short ferry ride by BC Ferries. Very quaint tug boat. You will understand when you see my photos. Granville Island was originally an extensive wharf area with large storage sheds for produce. Now it has been converted to a tourist mecca with market stalls and eateries replacing grains and coal. Lunch at a very popular restaurant called Bridges. We sat on the old wharf enjoying our delicious meal and watched the world go ...
... have never seen so many lights in one place ever. It was amazing. On my way back to my accommodation I went via St Paul's Hospital. They light up the enterance. Then today I had a lovey sleep in and easy day just visiting Dr Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. It is an authentic Chinese garden. Everything has come from China. Even the 15 architects that put it together. It is all about the Yin &Yang. I will be returning on Saturday night for the Winter Solstice Lantern ...
... local mega-mall and it’s time to find the elusive entrance to that golf club I have so often driven past. With a sudden burst of inspiration, I decide to follow the little line of gents of a certain age who have also feigned reluctance to be parted with their womenfolk this morning. Sure enough, they all make a beeline for 168th Street and the hidden entrance to the Surrey Golf Club.
The fit young guy at the pro-shop ...