Holiday Inn Express Hotel Vancouver Metrotown
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... wake-up of 6am as we have a flight to Toronto this morning, but as I couldn't sleep last night, I was up at 5am and now at 6.12, when most people are probably trying to wake up, I'm typing this up. Will probably be comatose tonight (with any luck) not sleeping at all well, which is the only bad thing. Not sure what the plans for this afternoon in Toronto are, but will find out when we get there, I hope our rooms are ready though, which will be a nice ...
... with PTSD though. He walked down to the party with us. I think it was as unusual for him as it was me. Sure was decorated great though. Lots of great lights inside of cloth made to look like blinking sea urchins. Must go to sleep.... Joanna flies out tomorrow. I'll miss her but, I think she is doing the right thing. She needs her kids and they need her. I'll stay here an extra day before heading to ...
... some of the art district down to the waterfront.
The waterfront has great views of the port with spectacular mountains in the background. Along the waterfront we came across the Olympic torch from the 2010 Winter Olympics plus plenty of grassed areas to enjoy the views. We spent some time walking 'The Canadian
Trail' which provided information about the history of the country.
Ash took us to the ...
... 8230;So, Chris, you talk about the war now. I don’t like to think about all that violence and neighbor against neighbor. CHRISTINE: On July 5, 1778 five Manzers joined a corps called the De Lancey Brigade, They were Christopher, Barnet, Martin, Daniel and John. Christopher and Barnet became sergeants. All were single at this time except Barnet who was married to Mary Lester. They had one daughter. MAVIS: But what about John? Wasn’t he married to Martha ...
... us into the nerve centre of their service, I was immediately struck by the similarities of our service compared to theirs, we both have vast regions to cover, however they rely heavily on fixed and rotary wing aircraft and sort of do what our RFDS do in terms of Patient transfer. As far as regional area ambulances go they have a system of retained or casual ambulance officer, they are all called paramedic but skill wise they are like our AAC ...