Executive Suites Hotel & Resort
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... s brother in law. He and his wife Margie had kindly invited me to supper. It was good to meet their house guests and we enjoyed a very convivial supper and sharing of tales and useful places for me to see as well as books to read.
On my way across the campus I came across the bio-diversity museum with its full length skeleton of a blue whale. A must photo for the grandchildren ...
... it after lending it to a friend who pranged it and didn't pay him for it etc we decided to walk down the street and keep looking. We walked past the big yard with out much of a look, I noticed some 4wd at the front but we couldn't see prices so kept moving. Next was a rather eccentric man sat in a driver seat removed from a car somewhere under a beach umbrella reading the paper. He was a very excitable gentleman who tried his best to sell us a tarago type car that had all wheel drive ...
... at Bella Gelateria which was only a block away. I had the organic banana chocolate and was very happy. Tan had her favorite, salted caramel.
Heading southwest through the city we split off with Dave and Lori who headed back to the bike shop to return the bikes. Another note on Vancouver is it is probably the most bike friendly place in the world (or at least the places we have been). The bike lanes through ...
... end. The only problem was that there were 4 of us behind him trying to track stand as he picked himself up from the 1.5m fall - I grabbed a tree trunk. The Enduro was fast, tight and falling gave bad consequences. I was conscious not to hold up locals who knew how to ride this fast and was letting the odd one past when I came around a steep rocky corner onto a bridge to find someone ahead had stopped. I had nowhere to go except over the handlebars and into the ...
... since been taken over by drug addicts as well. There are plenty of offers for sales of drugs along here. Mostly hash and methadone. It was a bit seedy, but didn't seem overly dangerous.
N got a haircut in Chinatown. The barber was a tiny, old, fastidious man. It looks good! We then found the Apple shop and got a new battery for my phone. Much cheaper than getting a new phone.
I was sicker the next day, so ...