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I planned for months how I was going to get to Vancouver and looked at a few tour companies to get around and explore. I looked online to see the many area to tour and most important, First Nation information and art. Air Canada was an okay airline to travel only because I got to watch current movies and look at music videos on board. Here are some …
Wow I have left the country. I really did it. This is not talk any more, not just a dream, it is real.Even as I type it I really do not believe it. I am .3 miles from the airport in bed at a beautiful hotel with Loretta asleep in the bed next to me. Alarm is set for 7 hours from now. I am so tired, but I made a promise to post today so I am. I feel …
Today we had a lye in until 8 am. Mike got to spend the day with us today Then off we went to Gastown an area in downtown Vancouver near where the ships come in for cruises to go to Alaska. Gastown was initially a settlement that sprung up around a tavern founded in 1867 by sailor and gold prospector John "Gassy Jack" Deighton. Back then, gassy meant a verbal “bag of hot air”. This historic district has cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings. We ...
... as eagles, osprey, marmots, bears and on one occasion , we actually saw a moose swimming across a river! And of corse, there is always food to eat and drinks to enjoy. The first meal was breakfast and then lunch which were more than 5 star in quality. It was fun!
The first night we stayed in Kamloops, definitely a way stop to forget. The hotel was basic but clean and more than adequate for waiting for Day 2 on the rails!
... Columbia was "God's Country". Finn Slough captures the pioneering spirit of these fishermen. This unique community was settled in the 1890's by Finnish immigrants who were looking for easy access to the Fraser River and farming land.
As luck would have it an eagle sat perched high in a sparse tree at the entrance of Finn Slough. In the Squamish Lil'wat Nation "the gift the eagle shares is the ability of foresight and an indication of good times to come." As our new ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
My stay was average. I enjoyed the friendly staff. They mailed my postcards and offered help whenever I needed it.
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