Executive Hotel Vintage Park
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... I reached after a nice walk along the district of Kitsilano. They have interesting exhibitions about the history of the Chinese community, the Indians, the hippies, the British and more. Incidentally, this area was a hippie haven at one point and may still well be. The houses are big and you get great views from Jericho park of the boats and sunset. Somewhere or other, I saw a huge totem pole standing proudly and with such a presence; I was mightily impressed. ...
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Next, we have to attend the mandatory lifeboat drill on deck and whilst waiting for our instructions, we spot Emily waving us off. Lifeboat drill over, we are invited by our guide Rusty for Happy Hour in the Cockpit Bar as the ship departs Vancouver.
... and such. A perfect place to wind down and escape the rat race of the city. The people of Vancouver have the best of both worlds, a large city, with the vibrancy and energy you would expect from large cities, with nature on their doorstep, offering serenity and keeping them grounded.
We clock up 9 miles walking around the path, barely scratching the surface of it, and only getting half way across it. When we get back to downtown we find a different kind of ...
... into Bob and Micky and joined them for a drink. Then the two of us went in for dinner. The restaurant was crawling with secret service agents. Apparently, Joe Biden, US VP was having dinner there. We had a bit of fun with that. Allan managed to behave himself and didn't get arrested. We checked in for tomorrow's train ride then sleep ready for an early start ...
... s cocktail lounge. A half moon stage decorated with bulging stage lights flanks the leather backed chairs and round tables. Africa safari images and antique maps in gilded frames line the walls.
We sit with the Devens and Steve and Therese in a semi circle listening to a crew member describe an evacuation sequence. We don our life vests, helping the kids only after ours are firmly secure. The bar is an ocean of orange and neon green. Crew members assists tourists ...