Hampton Inn & Suites Langley Surrey
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... record breaking heat wave? Hmm – might need to buy some board shorts in Sydney.
Then there was that little issue of the GPS. Our flight leaves really late so, by general consensus, it’s agreed Kirsty will drive us to the airport while David stays home and minds the littlies. The airport is actually further from Kirsty’s house than the US border, and traffic is ...
... Reno, there is BLACKJACK.
Because seriously right?
Is there really any other game worth considering?
Blackjack is an unusual game in many ways, in that you play against the house only (in most cases) never against other players. Even though you can have a full table load of fellow players it always comes down to you versus the house.
And I like that.
The potentials ...
... We sampled their peppermint flavour - light and refreshing.
A wonderful food tour we enjoyed very much. Our guide was very knowledgeable about the history of Gastown and I enjoyed his stories and anecdotes immensely.
Travelled home on the Seabus across the Burrard Inlet to North Vancouver in the evening. Very pretty with the lights twinkling around us. It is really is a beautiful city.
The original title of this post was going to be "Sleepless in Seattle" as I had intended to stay up all night getting stuff ready and to help me adjust to the time difference in Hong Kong (+15 hours, ugh). But around 12:30 am I was just really tired and having already fallen asleep twice at my computer I decided to take a four hour power nap and finish my preparations in the morning; ergo, "Sleeping in Seattle."
I'm stilt kind of a ...
... mix seedy shops with big brands and lots of Donair Kobob shops with big neon signs pointing out into the street. Charlotte pointed out that there were loads of people in wheelchairs here as well and she was right, there are a disproportionate amount of people in wheelchairs, I’m not great with percentages but I’d say around 70% of people we had seen up to this point were in wheelchairs. We ended up walking across a huge bridge ...