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... Station which is the historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station development in downtown built around 1910. This building also houses the first Starbucks to open outside the USA - not sure if this is a good or bad thing. In our tour group were also 2 Aussies from Jindabyne (it is a small world) and 6 locals from Greater Vancouver.
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A tasting size of Lobster Mac'n'Cheese to begin our tour was an excellent start. It had ...
... What really intrigued me, was that in the LA Kings teams, it was made up of 5 Americans and 14 Canadians. Would the Canadians in the LA team want to sing along to "O Canada", as the anthem of the country of their birthplace, or to "The Star Spangled Banner", the anthem of the place they were representing?
I was surprised with how much I enjoyed the game. It was intense and fast-paced, with many finicky rules which we worked out or guessed as we went along. ...
... St, Riley did fairly well.
We also returned to The Hub restaurant on Denman St to retrieve Riley's hat. And to have a little mojito, some poutine and one of their famous cookies. For those who don't know, poutine appears on most menus, and are fries covered in gravy, bacon, cheese etc. Sounds a big gross, but it's not. Riley thought it out well leaving his hat behind!
At 4.30pm we started on the Spirit ...
... to go back (not that I really need one).
The week following Fright Night Andy and Reine both got sick with a really nasty cold. I flat out refused to get it. I had so much orange juice and so many vitamin tablets sloshing around inside me I’m fairly sure you could hear it when I walked. And it so nearly worked – I managed to fend it off for a good 4 days.
I thought I had got away with it until I woke up coughing one day. Urgh. The lurgy had finally ...
... our host advised against Grouse Mountain on an overcast day. The hire car place on the corner did us a great deal on an eight-seater and we traveled in comfort up the Sea to Sky Highway - with a snack stop at the Lions Bay General Store and Cafe to fuel up for the journey ahead. And you know how you see those signs saying "Deer next 24km"? Turns out they're true! We spotted a spiker (technical term, Jamie knew that) on the other side of the road looking like he was ...