Executive Suites Hotel & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with our plates and utensils, and dump the plates in a bin once we were done. Meals were definitely one of the times where we bonded with each other quite a bit. A lot of our inside jokes and most memorable moments happened at these meals.
For example, though this joke ran from way before this summit from last summer at MVST, the supposed relationship, and the drama surrounding it, between Alice and Lovdeep really bloomed during these meals. One moment, they're ...
... how our bags seemed to grow in just two days!
We called down for the cars, loaded up the bags and off we were on our journey north to Canada. Once out of the city of Seattle, the drive was easy and beautiful. We had left Seattle shortly before lunch and of course everyone was hungry soon after leaving. Since we wouldn't arrive in Vancouver until mid-afternoon we decided to find a Jack in the Box as we don't have them ...
... in time with the film being shown. This was a flyover from the Canadian east coast to the west coast so lots of tipping and swooping. I'm not a fan of this generally, being a total sook (I had my eyes closed form most of the Simpsons 4D at Universal), but his was great you get the whole wind, water in the face stomach in the mouth feeling.
On Saturday, BC cracked out the good weather and we had 15 degrees and sun! Funny how that seemed warm. ...
Hi all, Big couple days , we had a slow run up to Whistler with snow and slippery roads, arrived at Sliding Centre for our 1pm Skeleton runs.....Pat was stopped from going on as he was 2 kilograms over the weight limit , bummer (he said muscle weighs more than fat?? Go figure but rules are rules ??) Anyway I got to run and had a hoot at 98.4 kms per hour and came 8th in our race group ...
... but it feels super light. I'll try to get a more accurate estimate of the weights when I fly to Bangkok on Thursday (airport scales are pretty accurate). My pack actually fits under the seat in front of me in the airplane, and still has quite a bit of room in it. I used packing cubes for the first time this trip and I really do think they helped. I have a big one for my tops and a big one for my bottoms and they fill up one "layer" of my ...