Executive Plaza Hotel Coquitlam
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii and Capri. We will be there for 6 nights in a hotel, with a terrace overlooking the Bay of Naples, which was recommended by a friend. One of the activities that we enjoy the most when we travel in Europe is local shopping for Vino, Formaggio, Charcuterie, pane and Verdure if we have a hotel with a balcony, that you can actually sit on, or in this case a terrace. It’s a great break from restaurants and easy to find your way home if we ...
... for the first time, revisited the spectacular Cheakamus River and Falls, zoomed by Squamish and the Chief, saw Britannia Beach and Porteau Cove for the first time, marvelled at Howe Sound and Horeshoe Bay from a different angle arrived in Vancouver for another look at The Lions Gate Bridge. All the sightseeing was interspersed with Rocky Mountaineer hospitality....drinks, snacks, tea and coffee and food. And although it was nothing like the silver service of of ...
This is it.... departure day! Our bags are packed and anything left behind we will live without or pick up somewhere along the way. Everyone is making their way to Vancouver; Gayl from Ottawa and Carrie, Vickie, Naomi & Bobbi from Toronto. Rendezvous time is around 4:30 Vancouver time, just in case you feel a disturbance in the force around then - it's just us. We'll try and make a quick ...
... turkey, vegetables, mince pies, nuts, hand made chocolates, cheeses, crackers and champagne, of course.
Thursday 18 December
Today the heavens opened and it rained all day. We drove to Deep Cove and had brunch at Honey's Doughnuts and Goodies -another blast from the past. They do a great breakfast but it is their honey glazed doughnuts that they are most famous for. They have been there for over 20 years and the menu and the decor doesn't seem to have ...
... hour. The moved on to observe some harbour seals and stellar lion seal. They are very big, very impressive animals! On the way back, we got the chance of passing by the orcas again who we're jumping out the water! However he was too fast to take the picture. We went back to Granville Island where we took a little boat ride around the harbour. We had dinner in the evening at the hotel's restaurant Maxie's, they did very nice ...