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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
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... already just breathtaking but then we went to another level on the chair lift and had a clear view of Mt Baker which is, I think, about 100 miles away in Washington State. It's hardly possible to find words to describe how beautiful it all was. We then enjoyed three beautiful documentaries in The Theatre in the Sky which made a perfect end to our trip to Grouse ...
... every now and then the sea, without question the most scenic journey I’ve ever made.
The weather has picked up a bit – it’s not raining – but it is still pretty bleak as we pull into Whistler. Whistler is where the 2010 Winter Olympic Games were held (maybe it was 2000) and it is incredibly stereotypical of a winter sports mountain town, or at least how I envisage one as I’ve never really been to one before. We only had a vague ...
... and the next time we see it will be when we go to our cabin (hopefully). As we have some time to spare, take a brisk walk down to Ship Creek, as we were previously told this is a good time to see salmon being caught, and it turns out to be correct, as we see a freshly caught salmon being extracted from a landing net. Head back to cook for a while in the heated waiting room (we’re in our warm coats) before being directed to our assigned seats in the train. After ...
... the street. Tom called it 'very Disney'. However I do have to comment on the amount of homeless people we have seen and also homeless people begging on the street with their poor dogs. The dogs however seem to look well fed and looked after so I don't know what the go is there, either way I feel like taking the dogs home with me. Wont be long until we get settled into our own little apartment somewhere we can make our own, hopefully we'll have an update on that over the next few ...
... Nanaimo to go on the ferry. Marloes and I were very tired. Few hours later, we were in Vancouver. It looked like a big city with a lot going on, nothing like where we stay. Anyway, after 20 minutes or so from the ferry we entered Stanley Park. We saw a squirrel when we walked to the entrance of the aquarium, but the girls were too loud before I could take a picture of it. Fortunately we had a discount because we showed our HAN ...