Hazelwood Hotel

Address: 344 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6A 1P4, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vancouver

The Boat Ride Begins

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Sep 29, 2015

2 comments, 4 photos

... 8217;. Embarkation was relatively quick and painless and our cabin was ready as soon as we got onboard, so we were able to settle in right away. Cathy was relaxing on the balcony before you could say ‘where’s the cabin?’.
Seems like a great ship. A little more ‘classy’ than some of the others we’ve been on and the passengers are definitely an older group...but it seems like it will be a ...

Van City

A travel blog entry by woostinator on Sep 20, 2015

5 photos

... love this country, they are so welcoming and helpful, people are just nice. That is how the world should be, nice. Sometimes I do get frustrated with the excess of kindness in Canada, but I think there is a thing or two to be learned from it. In any event, I was now officially a legal immigrant, phase one of operation move to BC was complete.

After making my way through the airport I had to take a train to meet my Vancouver host. Jose was ...


A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 15, 2015

2 photos

... shop just as it is shown on the map. Before I carried on on foot, I picked up some lunch items for my make- shift picnic, and ordered a criss cross bike from Spokes bike shop on Denmar st. I was told that at the end of the day they check what time you received it to cross reference the details of when you took it out; hence how long you had the bike.

I began cycling around the mostly one way bike track. I stopped to see the world famous totem poles, ...

Inside Passage Cruise

A travel blog entry by b-abroad on Jul 25, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

... they were far away and none breached so no good photos to share.

The third and final port of call was Skagway which is the gateway to the White Pass and Yukon Route. In 1897 it was reported in the news that gold had been discovered in the Canadian Klondike so people flocked to Skagway to begin the overland trek to Klondike which was 600 miles over treacherous terrain. In May 1898 construction began on building a ...

Planes trains automobiles - Vancouver

A travel blog entry by ryan.yates on Jul 15, 2015

3 photos

... money. Canada has a reputation for being like that and i could feel it straight away. It is totally genuine and relaxed, it is such a positive and inspiring influence to be around. The Ferrie Journey was pretty cool and really nice weather all day, got some great pictures. I boarded a greyhound from the ferrie and eventually I was in cumberland after Rylan picked me up from Courtenay but not before collecting some Ciders.