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We only spent a few hours at the hotel. Just enough time to freshen up, and re-pack for the train.
We made our way to the train station and stood in the cold waiting for the gates to open and for the man to check all our tickets. The train looked pretty cool - real old style. We boarded, and found our cabins. Dan, Erls and Zoe and Holly in a ...
... was a broom shop - didn't know brooms came in so many shapes and sizes - and they are all handmade in the shop. There was another shop which had a couple of beautiful bags. Rich wasn't cooperative though and I was amazed when he said that 3 new bags on our trip was enough! Other shops of note: handmade paper, hats, Indian handiwork. In one particular shop there was a woman sitting behind a computer and filing something. She held it up ...
... time to meet and where and a very complicated but orderly system is in place to make sure that those people needing to be at the airport early get there on time.
So my luggage tag is Light Blue 2 and I need to be in the Pacific Moon restaurant by 8.20am and our luggage has to be outside our door tonight before we go to dinner.
But - remember - leave out something to wear to dinner tonight and clothes and shoes for the ...
Today was a big day of walking around, seeing the sights of Vancouver.
We started out visiting Granville Island which is renowned as the food destination for this incredible city. If you were a local know doubt you would place this destination high on your shopping list. To get there you pass over a river where very quaint houses have been built on pontoons and are part of river living.
A quick ...
... dinner. Courtney, Allyson and Ben (Allyson's boyfriend) also were home for dinner it was so nice to have a family dinner together. We enjoyed steak, potato, coleslaw and tomato and boccini cheese. Patrick has done a lot of work on the gardens they are beautiful you can see from the picture. After dinner we went for a walk so they can show us Steveston Village. Steveston village is a historic salmon canning centre at the mouth of the South Arm of the Fraser River. Once upon a ...
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