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... the restaurant took us many twists and turns through the city. It was pretty far away from where we were staying, but we quite enjoy a nice walk. We finally found the restaurant, and it had the same deal as last time- 50% off on pasta for Monday and Tuesday lunches.
The restaurant wasn't busy, and at after 2pm, not peak lunchtime, but it still took the waitresses a really long time to organise a table for ...
... across a suspension bridge, walked bridges through the treetops, and walked up a cliff to look down into canyon. There were hundreds of thousands of fairy lights, it was just amazing. It even managed to stop raining for most of our time there.
We finished off the day with a hot curry and beer. Sounds good but in fact was pretty average and expensive. Never mind.
So a good day was had!
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All of the photos that I took are available on my photography website at this link:
My thanks to Mike Gat at Cycle BC ...
... opened a bar, becoming known for his talent for chatter and lengthy stories, hence the nickname Gassy. He had a very colourful family life also, and left his mark on the area to such an extent that they named it after him. It is now the centre of Vancouver nightlife, home to an array of bars and restaurants. However, we were a little underwhelmed by it. Perhaps its reputation had gone before it, perhaps we were not in the right mood for it, or ...
... Stuart more than Harrison! He even took a few dance moves away for his next night out in town ... Watch out for the lifting treasure and digging moves!! Stuart thought the aquarium was brilliant and could have spent the full day there. After the aquarium we headed to a large play park where Harrison climbed the castles and played with the bob the builders to be honest he seemed to enjoy this much more than the aquarium... Ha ha no real surprise there. Next up was ...