Gage Towers at UBC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGage Towers at UBC Vancouver
Stayed at the UBC residence available to tourists during summer months. Lovely views from all the 6 rooms in our suite! Good service. Absolutely recommend to others.
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... windows more opaque, up to completely dark. The video system is state of the art, but still lacks the number of channels, stations and features that Singapore Airlines had. I couldn't sleep at all, but Eve got a bit in, and we landed in Vancouver at around 10am local time.
We cleared Customs and spent a few hours in the A/C Maple Leaf Lounge, before going to board our CRJ100, quite a step down from the 787, for our 1 hour and 45 minute flight to Regina.
... out where I was and how I was going to get to Vancouver Island. A few minutes later a girl walked in and instantly started talking to me about the internet and that she needed to contact someone back home. Her name was Alison she was clearly an Ozzy and was warm and friendly, I offered her use of my laptop as not to pay for the use of the hostel computers. She was pretty ditzy and I cried with laughter at her attempt to give ...
... railway … so long, and the few we counted were 140, 165, 175 carriages in length. The frustrating thing about this is that there are so many tunnels on the railways, and not a lot of 'passing lanes' so we spent quite a lot of the journey either travelling very slow, or stopped waiting to share the single tracks. Interesting experience just the same.
Most of the journey was meandering on railway lines beside fast flowing ...
... we want, appetizers, salads, soups, entrees and desert and as many as we want, all included. The four kids sit at their own table, ordering alphabet soup and spaghetti and meatballs. Dinner is a bounty of salmon carpaccio, asparagus bisque, prime rib and cheese and leek tarts.
It's 9:30pm by the time we leave the restaurant, our reservation was at 7pm. Shaylee, Andy, Will and Jaque head off to bed to get the babies asleep. The rest of us migrate to the ...
... once they are closed. If Julie didn’t make it to the terminal by 9.15 the goose was cooked.
Plan 14D was put into action. Margaret would wait outside until Julie arrived. If the doors closed and she was locked out she would throw herself on the mercy of Gerry and Julie, stay the night and catch the ferry the next morning.
This of course has its own complications. The hire car we had was due to be returned by 9.00am the ...