Hilton Vancouver Airport
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This is serendipity . We got to Tswassen ferry terminal and we're looking at one hour wait for bus so decided to take taxi. I asked a guy next to us (Steve) if he was heading downtown. He was and offered to share taxi with us. We shared taxi to Radisson Hotel where we said goodbye as he was heading to Metrotown. I told him we were heading there after ...
... was full of technology like TV in mirror in bathroom, iPad controls everything and electrical blinds. We saw a BMW M3 then we had dinner. After dinner we walked to our hotel and saw a corvette, sls amg, and not one but two bentley's lined up with each other. Then we go to ...
As I write this we are sat under a tree in the splash park in Granville Island. We got the bus here this morning after having breakfast in the cafe down the road. Beano has pancakes with bananas and chocolate sauce! He loved it. We have had a walk round the food market and wished we didn't have breakfast. It all looks so yummy. We have been to the kids market, sadly beano acted like a spoilt child so it was short lived as I just can't listen to the constant ...
... let's just say it has everything we need :-)
Whilst staying in North Vancouver we went to the Capilano Suspension Bridge which is suspended amongst tall trees it also has a treetops adventure walk and the cliff walk. The views were amazing on all.
Whilst staying in North Van we also ate at a diner called Denny's, OMG it was like something out of a movie you know the sort of movie where everyone is sitting at their booth and ...
... the Christmas House, and lo and behold there was Father Christmas sitting in the corner quite happy and contemplating the busy time in the months ahead! It was in the Salmon Loading Market that free WiFi was found, so quickly checked emails etc., and here was found a wonderful quilting shop, Jenni & Sue, did you check this one out? I almost wish I had learnt the art. The photos of the cottages in Ketchikan Creek, are all owned by Alaskan ...