Hampton Inn & Suites Langley Surrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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' -- ...
Our last day. 6 weeks gone. We get up early to pack our bags and weigh them to make sure we don't go over the 23 kg weight limit. A bit of juggling here and there and we make it. We head off about 10.00 am to the Vancouver Aquarium, it is in Stanley Park. We arrive in good time (before the crowds of children and parents). We see some African Penguins, Harbour Seals, Otters, Pacific White-sided dolphins and of course the two beautiful Belugas. By the time the ...
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Entering the port area of Seward, we can see only one cruise ship docked beside the coal loader, in a very industrial-looking port. The train stops at the port station, and we are transferred into Celebrity buses for the short ride to the cruise terminal, where we are processed through, and allowed to go straight onto the boat, although only 11.30am. We’re handed a “welcome ...
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