Historic Lund Hotel
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... Great Lakes and also a man who was a travel writer from Vancouver. Conversation was pretty non stop and interesting to say the least. I must say that after this trip I will gladly do distance train travel again.
We got off the train in Jasper for 2 hours as they had to load more carriages on as there were an additional 60 people getting on. So we are travelling with 33 carriages, we started with 27. I tried the internet at the station but it was pretty **** so gave ...
... Patricia Lake for lunch. Unfortunately, it was a little too cold to swim but we did manage to get what was possibly the most Canadian photo of the trip so far.
After lunch we finally met the couple in the yellow VW van who ...
... the street. Tom called it 'very Disney'. However I do have to comment on the amount of homeless people we have seen and also homeless people begging on the street with their poor dogs. The dogs however seem to look well fed and looked after so I don't know what the go is there, either way I feel like taking the dogs home with me. Wont be long until we get settled into our own little apartment somewhere we can make our own, hopefully we'll have an update on that over the next few ...
I took a ferry to Granville Island one morning and visited the market place there, so lovely! I could have spend the whole day there, so many cute little shops to see and explore.
On some other morning I bumped into the runners of the Vancouver Sun Run, it was a cold morning and they braved the rain...Well done!
Another day I took the ferry on the other side of ...
... went to explore Robson Street before going to see some expensive yachts at a harbour.
China Town & Lynn Valley
The next day we decided to go explore Vancouver's China Town. We had a glance at the Sun Yat Sen garden and visited a few of the shops.
Later on we decided to go to the Lynn Valley suspension bridge ...