Comfort Inn, Abbotsford
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All went well - arrived safe - car started - and got home without any snow or traffic that we experienced in Toronto.
As I've said in the past, if a picture is worth a 1,000 words, then I've attached 195,000 words for you to see. These are just some of the pictures that I recorded during our SA trip. I hope you enjoy.
Great to be Home.
... that most of those 1M people have scheduled a Monday flight out-of-town.
We feel pretty confident through the email correspondence that we've had with our apartment owner in Rome, that we'll will actually have a two-bedroom suite available to us when we arrive at their door - considering that they've taken our money. What I don't want to hear after twenty (20) hours of travel time is "what ...
So it turns out that I don't need another day! Dave is now pack and all we need to do is pack our tooth brushes (and mama needs a nap lol). We are ready...I hope! Thank you David for taking Emma out so I could sleep. May be the last time until we get to the other side of the world. Mama ...
... of planning around the weather as the weather being serendipitously kind to us! However, I don't think Goldie likes big cities or something because she started to idle a little funny and overheat a little bit. She seems in much better spirits now that we are not so much in the heart of the urban fabric. We'll keep an eye on her though.
It never ceases to amaze me the amount of attention and camaraderie that driving the VW Wesfalia generates. ...
Today we arrived in New Westminster, BC. We are staying at The Met Hotel that was built in 1892. It is right near the train station. After checking into hotel, we took the train, called the Skytrain into Vancouver. We walked around the city, and went to the waterfront. We saw the Olympic flame, that was lit for the 2010 ...