Executive Hotel Vintage Park
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... out on deck to take in the scenery.
It was still a lovely sunny day out here and the temp must have been about 20 Celsius at least.
At about 18h45 I was beginning to get the urge for food and so once again headed off for my cabin in hope that my luggage had arrived!! Sadly it was still not there and on chatting to the staff they assured me that all luggage had been delivered.
The kind staff went in search but came back with nothing and so finally I ...
... a certain level of constant anxiety - even just figuring out where to eat. A cruise is completely relaxing. Men, that is why many women enjoy it so much. What a concept! I'll be back if it's the last thing I do. I walked in front the the drink station again and got another 2 rhum punches. This time, I'll take them to our cabin so that Doune can have one. Tonight is again, formal dining. My daughter is looking forward to having more photos taken. I, ...
... later arrived the moment of the speech to thank Bronwen, who had just finished her internship... I was sad to lose my partner for the dance classes. Plus, her departure made me realize that I was about to leave too. In three weeks, I will go back home and never see my little friends again. That idea almost made me cry, I have to say.
The weekend was more than welcomed and made everything in its power to be irresistible. A sunny ...
Today we went to the top of Grouse Mountain. The view from the gondola on the way up is truly spectacular. It was an overcast day but we could still see over the city and Burrard Inlet as well as further afield to Vancouver Island and if we really peered hard -maybe Mt Baker in Washington.
They have their 'Peak of Christmas' Festival each year and it is a lovely way to celebrate the festive season. They rebrand themselves as the ...
... This was, in 1977, when it was built the tallest in CCanada. Now, at 155metres, it is dwarfed by all the skyscrapers surrounding it. Progress, I don't know. Apparently in the tallest building the penthouse flat sold for 55 million recently but HSS now halved in value as the Trump building, which is being erected next door, and will block ...