Executive Inn Express Richmond
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A lazy rest day with time spent booking hotels and researching the stopping places on the forthcoming cruise to Alaska.
It was just a pity the weather forecast was entirely wrong – it was much brighter and dryer than yesterday, a better day altogether for the Butchaet Gardens. Such is life.
Today was considered to be a rest day after all the driving, but the weather looked more promising today than tomorrow, so the target visit to Butchart Gardens was brought forward to today. It meant a walk to Bridport Station to catch Bus 620 to Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal, a ferry boat to Swartz Bay on Vancouver Island, then Bus 81, which passes …
It was the last day of this driving tour, which meant returning to the Vancouver area along Route 99. After another black bear sighting not far out of Whistler, the road descended to Squamish where breakfast at a Tim Horton was attempted – it was a pretty horrible experience.
As it follows the coast, the road is spectacular. At …
The hotel restaurant provided a remarkably good breakfast, and surprisingly it was included in the room rate. A few hours on the internet enabled bookings to be made for the next couple of weeks, including
Hotels in the Rockies
Car hire from Enterprise (a booking, strangely, not confirmed by email)
A particularly good …
Landing at Vancouver Airport, the impression gained is of a small and pleasant airport that's easy to navigate. The queue at the passport control was modest: it took only 10 minutes to reach the desk (just about acceptable from a customer service perspective, but rather good compared to many airports today). The officer at the desk was friendly, …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExecutive Inn Express Richmond Vancouver
Good location, excellent value for money, good breakfast, and all the necessary facilities, including a printer, which was found to be a rarity in all other hotels on the trip
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.