Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Langley
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... well we had Pizza for tea tonight Stewart went out and came back with 4 EX LARGE pieces of pizza and a couple of cans of soft drink, the slices of pizza were enormous and he was skiting that it only cost him $5.50 for two slices and a can of drink.
Well we awoke again to another foggy start to the day so we decided to go down to the water front and have a look, talk about can't see the buildings were lost in a mist so thick even the sails on the convention centre ...
... to get away from work- but is able to supply us with the much needed funds. We tossed around many ideas, and lots of dates, but here is how we got to booking: Requirements: - easy to travel with a baby-- no cars (no carseat!) - max the time, minimize the cost - see something great Considered: - South East Asia - Europe For a long time we were nearly decided on Paris and Berlin, but when our dates changed, the cost went up and we were a little apprehensive about a nine-hour ...
... toys and a pharmacy and .... Well a Kmart married to Safeway under a warehouse roof. It was certainly dangerous for Aaron - he came back loaded with sacks of snacks (& fruit).
We ended up having dinner at the hotel restaurant The Pantry because, well, the kids are too young for the bar and there's only a pizza place next door. Oh well, kids eat free off the mini me menu, so it'll do. Bit average , but I can't say the expectations were very high ...
The Canadian part of our adventure is at an end so it is time for another retrospective.
We started our trip in the best possible way seeing our friends Ali and Pat in Toronto and generally getting drunk and eating nice food. Toronto is surprisingly cosmopolitan and is full of bars and restaurants. Our final night stop over in the Toronto Fairmont, with added birthday champagne from our lovely friends, was a great treat before picking up the van.
So after a good night's sleep in the "Tournament Town" of Kamloops, it was back on the Rocky Mountaineer train for the final downhill run into Vancouver. Our wonderful attendants welcomed us with a scrumptious breakfast and we settled back for the westward journey towards the Pacific ocean. we followed the mighty Fraser river. This is the playground of Canadians during the summer as we saw rafters and boaters ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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