Executive Suites Hotel Burnaby
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... running events for which we get 'volunteered' to enter? (you know who you are, Jo Tisch) Ready. Unbelievably comfortable. I could have walked out in mine. And then we were off back down the highway to Vancouver, timing it to hit just on rush hour. Oops. We tried to visit a salmon hatchery (too late, they had closed) but bonus (well for me anyway) were the two kids selling bottles of Kombucha (along with jars of Kimchi and Keffir water too) alongside the railway crossing. ...
... It was absolutely amazing to be able to hike on the beach in the morning and hike in the mountaintops just a few hours later – leave it to the spectacular Pacific Northwest to offer such diversity of outdoor experiences! There was someone having a wedding ceremony right there at the top; imagine hiking 3 miles with no oxygen, in your wedding dress! There was also cute little chipmunk trying to solicit snacks (we didn’t offer any). And last but not least, we saw a ...
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All went well and we arrived back in Vancouver and all was back in harmony..
Betty had given CJ an address of an art shop in Granville Island where she could get a special wax for her painting which is not available in Australia..
Tom did his stuff and we traversed Vancouver and got the precious wax...
Now in credit with brownie points...
Getting Ready to leave!! We are excited....but also tense. We are trying to pack smart and are finding it a bit stressful...or at least Gord is! :) I am trying to be conservative and only take necessary items...leave home the blow dryer :(, ...
Today we had a day at sea. I slept late and Ben did his usual early morning rambling. We ate a quick lunch in the Windjammer and headed to the theater to hear Captain Gordon Peterson talk about the Radiance of the Seas and all that keeps it going. He answered questions for about 30 minutes. He and Amy, the ship's social director, took us on a video tour of the ship taking us to places the public does not get to see. We learned it took 5-6 years ...