Historic Lund Hotel
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... 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. ...
Today started sunny but with a chill in the air. We had decided to go to the mountain or Capilano or Lynn Valley. Grouse Mountain won!
We walked from our flat to Canada Place.
Wonderful to be at the seaplane terminal but we felt it too expensive and so Grouse Mountain was definite. Ticket bought and on to the free shuttle bus. The driver was a fount of interesting facts etc.
Arriving at the ...
... it's the place I wanted to get to more than anything, and it was hard to believe I was actually there, waiting for a taxi at the train station. However, something had been telling me for years that I would love Vancouver and one taxi ride through the city was enough to convince me that I did.
Vancouver has only about 660,000 residents, although it is surrounded by several satellite cities that hold many more residents. One of those cities, ...
... much, but I am grateful they were with people who love and adore them!
Our Vancouver Hotel:
After arriving in Vancouver, we once again found ourselves in a stretch limousine to get us to the downtown Hampton Inn. We used Scott's Hilton points for our one-night stay and were upgraded to a spacious one-bedroom king suite on the 15th floor. The hotel provided a complimentary shuttle that ...
Hello again (for the last time!)
Our trip to Savary Island started early on Thursday 24th May with a quick breakfast and last minute packing (once again) and on our way soon after 7am. Chris likes to leave plenty of time for everything so we were at Horseshoe Bay with an hour to spare for the first ferry. However the lanes filled up quickly behind us. It is a huge vehicle ferry with room for ...