Hampton Inn & Suites Langley Surrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... the city designed by the same person that did Central Park in NY. We went from there to Granville Island which use to be an industrial site but has been transformed into an Art and Market precinct where we had lunch. The seagulls there are huge and aggressive, I wouldn't leave a small child unattended.
We then ...
... we stop for lunch and also to carry any dirty dishes into the hotel to wash.
A 2. Clothes bins:
Rather than take suitcases that take up as much room empty as they do full and considering that as you move your dirty clothes into hamper (or whatever), you are doubling room.
So, I will pack both of our main clothes (pants, shirts, etc) in a 'blanket bags' -- ...
Delighted to be in Vancouver with Julia and Clay. They have a great little apartment in West End and around Stanley Park, on 9th floor, so have a reasonable view over an ocean inlet and they're very comfy with the bits and pieces of furniture that they've picked up. We're all enjoying 'the patio' cause it's so great to be outside, especially on these twilight evenings when it doesn't get dark till 10pm. A very short walk along a beautiful avenue of ...
... the morning for the drive up to Whistler, and within minutes we felt like we were old friends, even though we had never met before. We stopped at a few lookouts, as well as the beautiful Shannon Falls, before reaching the well-known Olympic village of Whistler. To us it had all the charm of Thredbo, but on a much, much bigger scale. It was also like Banff in that young Australian and New Zealanders seem to make up a huge ...
... mountain. On the trip up in the gondolas we passed through some heavy clouds and when we reached the peak, there was no rain just clouds. We were directed to head towards a lumberjack show which was finishing up when we got there so we continued onto the bear enclosure to see the bears. They were there; on top of a mound of dirt, behind a tree stump around the trees, behind the clouds......
The boys enjoyed themselves ...