Sandman Hotel & Suites Squamish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... must say that watching these young folks made me reflect that it had been a welcome change of what we see at home on a daily basis. I mean for the most part, we saw clean shaven boys with head hair, no backwards baseball caps, no pants on the ground, no visible tattoos or piercings, nor girls with over exposed body parts, and we didn't hear the F word used as a modifier either. In fact, I'd move up here if it wasn't so ...
... had signs saying no overnight parking etc. We urged on into dusk driving, 8.45 or so at night and kept on. We exited the freeway at signs for a cafe in what was Lions Bay. After some corners and turns we find a semi private spot to park overlooking the bay, fire brigade 50 metres away and tree lined sloped curb in front. Within 5 minutes we have moved the tubs to the front, adjusted the Velcro and fabric to windows and hopped into our make shift home. A little cramped but we both slept ...
... Island. We could see on the BC Ferries website, that has a live stream of the traffic line up to get on the ferry, that the queue was filling up. We hurried over an hour early and had plenty of time to make the ferry. Once on the other side we Jumped on BC-19 South to Namaimo. Here, we piled into a huge Ferry from Namaimo to Horseshoe Bay just west of Vancouver. The whole way, Cheryl and I used the walk-talkies to ...
... was next on the agenda. It was a three hour boat ride out to where the Orca (technically not whales apparently) were. We spent about an hour watching them. There were two separate pods having a party together. They were having such a good time. We had a great time watching them. After the three hour trip back, during which we saw some seals and bald eagles in a tree, we got some fixings from Granville Markets for ...
... as we need to ring Steve to confirm our arrival time. Finally find Steve's phone number, and tell him we are on our way. We take a final photo of the ship at the Canada Place Terminal, cross to the Sky train station, and take the escalator down to the ticketing level. We are helped by a beggar with our ticket purchase, and give him the meagre change, then have to negotiate stairs down to the platform level with all our baggage. Murray bumps down the stairs, ...