Executive Inn Express Richmond
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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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... covered in harbour seals. We saw loads just hanging out on the rocks and cruising around in the water, little baby ones too. On the way back to Vancouver the humpback was spotted and we got half hour to check him out. He wasn't really doing anything exciting and just coming up for a bit of air every few minutes. We didn't get to see much of him which was a bit of a disappointment but still my first time seeing a humpback so can't complain at all.
Back at Granville Island, ...
... good service and a sleep of sorts arriving Vancouver around 6pm, so lost a sight seeing day.
Caught airport train into Downtown Central then walked about 7 blocks (not big blocks) to stretch the legs to get to our hotel.
Just had a Buffalo Burrito at a little place then found another yoghurt mmm.after a walk down the well known Robson street. Very busy and very bright, nice warm 24 deg when we arrived.
... only smell tress and fresh air! Here it's polluted and nasty! But the city and the people who live here are beautiful and are the ones that's make the city homely!! :) I surprised Chelsea at her place that night she was stoked to see me and was very shocked was awesome :) stayed with some friends Jermey and Ian in New Westminister which was lovely to see them! The next morning I headed to the Met where I gave Denise ...
... up to Grouse Mountain. The park was fantastic. Definitely one of our best experiences in Vancouver. We saw everything: from a bird show (Kirsty was extremely brave, even when the owl swooped right at us) to an hilarious lumberjack show. This wasn't half of it, though. Grouse Mountain is home to two Grizzly Bears. We went from never seeing a bear other than in the ...
... on the way back made them flare up to a state of panic. We finally made it to the mountain town of Batad, weak and exhausted but we couldn't help but appreciate the sheer beauty of our surroundings. Amphitheater style rice terraces had been built into the mountain over 2000 years ago and were now considered a UNESCO world heritage site. The terraces are stunning to look at as they cascade down the mountain to a tiny village below. The group we were apart of set out for ...