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I like breakfast. It's our antepenultimate morning (you know, the one before the one before the last one) in Canada so maybe it’s time for something exciting! I’m thinking about the maple breakfast Panini I’ve seen advertised at Tim Horton’s. I look across at Kirsty. She isn’t working today, but has one of those pre-natal tests this morning. It’s that nasty one where the lucky testee isn’t allowed to ...
... our old house. It has changed beyond all recognition. It used to be out in the sticks but Vancouver has expanded so much that it is now a commuter town. Where as before there were little wooden houses a lot of these have been bought and immediately pulled down so that monster big houses could be built. It has even changed from the last time we were here 6 years ago. My friend from my youth has also moved back in with his parents and so we also got to have a good ...
... traffic on the line of supplies going on further to the flood relief for Calgary so we were to wait for these to go first. The first day we travelled through the beautiful mountains and there was no time to read a book or sleep as the scenery is just too spectacular and as the train travels along the mighty Canadian rivers, you are constantly amazed at the speed and wildness of the land. Of course, there are "critters" to ...
I love the way almost all salespeople in Canada interact with customers. At times I wonder if there is a secret competition with fabulous prizes for the person who performs the most amazing feat of helpfulness (hey – the spell checker reckons that's really a word!) I have already mentioned the food places, and in particular a certain coffee chain. It seems to be no problem to order the Special Combo of the day and ...
... still learning from the mother country so the Air Canada flight leaves Dublin two hours before BA but only reaches Vancouver about an hour ahead. We therefore farewell our fellow travellers quite early and then settle for a last relaxing hot Irish breakfast.
It's time to go. We have already ended our love/hate affair with "Coleen" and packed the GPS off with the colonial flight. Ah, where's that car place again? We grab the iPhone to check ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility