Holiday Inn Express & Suites Surrey
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... scale natural mountain and water garden.I love here,history step . Last ,I want to say, the food is delicious. It is said that there are many economical travel online recently, I ...
... fans towards the skytrain station but David grabs my arm. “Not that way – too many people. There’s another station a few blocks away.” I must look a bit dubious. “Don’t worry,” David says, “I work around here, so you’re on my turf now!”
David takes us down one dim street after another, casually making comments like “you don’t want to ...
... be able to ***** further on later posts.
Found Vancouver to be pretty friendly, its a pretty tidy city apart from the copious amounts of homeless people always asking for change.
Food was reasonable and serving sizes were bloody massive, almost could have ordered one meal and shared between the two of us.
Next time Jet Lag comes into play I'm going to stay up as late as possible on ...
... of any of the rival playgroups. Our scouts spent half of last night secretly cruising the nearby suburbs and came back with excited tales of the mother lode. There’s a little known collection of streets nearby which have all the boxes ticked – cul-de-sacs so no through traffic to run over little ones, lots of decorated houses (meaning they are happy to receive trick or treaters), and best of all, RVs parked in every second driveway ...
A meeting with our tour leader Robert was very informative but just was too much to take in. Luckily for us, Robert a veteran of over 20 years experience who assured us we would be told more than once...
Dinner was also an Asian experience with our friends Lyn and Leigh who happened to find themselves on the other bus :-(
(we were known as the left overs as they had the full bus) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center