Hampton Inn & Suites LangleySurrey
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... bacon. Yum. A few hours later we arrived and checked into the Quality Inn in Vancouver and after a weird multiple staircase trip up we opened the room door and had to laugh. It was huge! There was also a full kitchen setup in the corner, including electric stove. Why couldn't we have had that for 6 days? We laughed and settled in for the night with dreams of Canada still fresh in our memories. 2 days til home.
Miles traveled today: 278 miles
... was not much of a view! Their was a large building blocking most of the show. When we did see a flash of fireworks there was an 'ooh' by the children followed by a roar of laughter from the adults.
I woke Sunday feeling a bit run down, sore throat, and tired. However, I really wanted to see Stanley Park as it had been highly recommended by everyone I had spoken to. I hired a bike and rode along the sea walls of the park. It was incredibly busy, being the weekend and ...
... have a wander round. Whilst wandering around the phone rang and it was someone wanting to view the van this afternoon. So we suggested the place we'd selected for later in the afternoon. As we had a few hours we decided to head back to the campsite and sort a few things and go back later. On the way back to the van, the phone rang again with someone else wanting to view the van. So we arranged to meet him tomorrow and drove back via the gas station. Back at the campsite, we ...
... items to be selected. our selection was even accepted by the Holland America line, but when we reached onboard, the request was not at all honoured at all. I had to force them to give us Indian Vegetarian food as the cook was very reluctant to cook different food for us. I was disappointed with it. Finally after first 3 days of pushing them for Indian food, for the next 4 days ...
... the city.
Downtown Vancouver is booming with an electric vibe that is quite exhilarating. The very moment we stepped outside Granville train station I was drawn in by the sound of street buskers (Sons of Grandville)…one guy on the guitar, one on the viola and one playing the Kahuna/drums. The three instruments were honestly a brilliant combination and the energy and passion the three had forced us to stand there and watch for ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center