Executive Suites Hotel Burnaby
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... to see the "jewel" of Vancouver...Stanley Park. After a pretty long walk to get there i am afraid to say Carla and I left decidedly underwhelmed. Look it's a pretty place to have in a major city, but I think much more impressive sites and sounds await us in this impressive country. To help us get over our minor disappointment Carla and I decided to hit the sublimely named Black Frog to again sample some Canadian brew. Here we learnt that jet lag and alcohol are not ...
Today we woke to a sunny morning. We caught the bus into the city at around 9.30am.We then walked to Stanley Park which was only about 15 minutes from the city.
We hired some bikes to ride around the park. Stanley Park has a clear bike trail that runs along the water know as the Sea Wall Trail. The trail went for around 9km in length. Along the way there great views of the harbour, islands and mountains. There were also a few old lighthouses and cool totem poles.
After the ride ...
Waking up on the boat was a fun experience. We had a quick breakfast and a cuppa tea...and OFF for Vancouver. I think it is about an hours drive North from Ranger's. We parked the camper across from The River Rock Casino and began another leg of the journey to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park...stopping over in Chinatown for a bunch of pastries filled with various bean pastes etc. Although I like Chinatown ...
... But I hope she didn’t die so young. CHRISTINE Thanks Mavis, I’ll leave you in Barbados to puzzle that one out and move ahead to the British crown colony – the Province of New York, later known as New York and Vermont. The next time we hear about the Manzers who are descendants from “James” they are in New York and it is before the American Revolution – around 1749. Much would have happened during those missing 100 years. It is not likely ...
... impressive with huge containers of the most beautiful looking berries for $3.99 and of course maple syrup all around, I couldn't resist buying raspberry covered almonds, and hot spicey covered almonds as well, the coffee was also great. An excursion on offer was to spend the afternoon at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park so after being dropped back at the hotel for lunch which we didn't need because ...