Executive Suites Hotel Burnaby
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... military encampments during the Revolutionary War. General Washington’s aide-de-camp, Alexander Hamilton took residence here. A church in the Village was organized in 1756 and the structure built in 1760. It was used as a hospital during the Revolutionary War. Maybe it was good farmland along the Hudson River. We know that the Manzers were yeomen farmers. But things were getting rough for supporters of King George and his Colonial Rule over the 13 American ...
We awoke to a second beautiful day of sun and warm temperatures - and decided to take a bike ride around Stanley Park and Granville Island.
We spent most of our time cycling and watching, and not enough taking photos, but we did manage a few...We saw some cute and beautiful homes riding around in Vancouver neighborhoods, and finally took a photo of one of them.
We also saw a family of geese and goslings - cuuuuute!!! :)
... for 30 minutes with nothing to do
+ We were picked up by Jimmy and Julia, two Asian people
At the B&B
+ Jimmy and Julia were nice, however they weren't very talkative
- The backseat had an angle of 80 degrees
+ We laughed at the driving skills of Jimmy; gas - let go - gas - let go - gas - let go - etcetera
+ We had to take off our shoes and we got some funny slippers to ...
... and morning on Monday - the radio announcer said that it was only 1 degree Celsius when I got up. Brrrr. Then I walked over to the shower block and saw that there was frost on the grass. I thought that was pretty cool, then I also noticed that the hedges were frozen. Yep frozen. I thought they just had a little bit of frost on them, but when I touched them, they were rock solid. So awesome. Walking back to Toby I noticed that all unoccupied ...
... safety announcements were in Chinese so we couldn't understand a thing - and then they'd throw on the English announcement a while later, almost as an afterthought. You know the safety announcement you usually get while the plane is sitting on the tarmac, well we got the English version about a half hour after takeoff ha. Lucky we know the gist of them, but could you imagine if this was your first flight - how bizarre.... There were only a handful of non-Chinese people on the ...