Happy Day Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... be the technologies inside. Together with the Nike+iPod, area a sensor inside the sole of your respective Nike shoe and consider the way you ran by syncing up along with your iPod. When you operate, the iPod tracks your time and effort, distance, and energy burned. You can established up your iPod to perform music though you work out. Start with a good sluggish tune once you are stretching, then if you listen to your rapidly ...
... it. And here I am. At what feels like the top of Vancouver. After a night of carefree freedom with some of the best people. Watching the sunrise. Feeling amazing. Like none of the bad stuff can touch me.
And so excited to have made the kind of friend you can communicate so clearly with in just a five word text message.
“Dancefloor. I have a sunflower.”
I love you, Vancouver.
Your B. ...
... family was Dutch. Some information gives the birthplace of our Loyalist, John and his older brother Barnet as Fishkill…. MAVIS: Fishkill…. What an awful name for a place to be born. CHRISTINE: True, but we know that the Dutch translation of that would be Fish Creek. MAVIS: That’s better. More romantic. Today it is a suburb of New York City. Back then the Village of Fishkill was located in the territory of the Wappinger Indians. It became part of one of the ...
... 8230;.apparently , in Vancouver, a 'suite' is what we consider an apartment……..language problems yet again in an English speaking country; well actually dual- language as most signage is in French as well. We improved our Spanish vocabulary in Florida and now our French.
So we were able to relax with lots of space. Kitsilano, the neighbourhood we stayed in, is an attractive suburb with ...
... we headed out to a place called Furry Creek, yes, there is a place called Furry Creek, where we had lunch at the country club there, overlooking the 18th green, so could watch people coming up the hill to the green - often hilarious as they know people are watching!! All in all a great day. Tomorrow, onto the Rocky Mountaineer and heading for Jasper, via Kamloops - stay tuned ...