Sandman Hotel & Suites Squamish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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Really, there should have been an alert issued today to warn the locals that we were going to be loose on the road. At the very least, we could have been advertised as a comedy duo to provide free entertainment! The bike shop was on the waterfront so we were "right there" on the Seawall and with a few quick instructions on adjusting the seat, the helmet and locking the bikes up we were on our way. Would have been handy to have any sort of instructions ...
On Monday, the library needed my help. Again. I really enjoy helping out to improve the book organization, but it is not what I want to do for a living. However, I had a sweet surprise in the afternoon when Pamela, the librarian, asked me to read a story to the Grade 1 students. Of course, I accepted with a huge smile and caught my young public's attention with a book from which they had to guess answers. Children love it when they feel involved.
The next morning, ...
Such sore feet after a long day...
We did the Vancouver City Highlights tour today. We were picked up at 10am and we were part of a small group (Australians and UK) with a very knowledgable and amusing tour guide. Our first stop-off was the tower overlooking the city. Then we went to a Queen Elizabeth park where we saw some beautiful birds at the Bloedel Conservatory. Then it was lunch at Granville Island - all too ...
... to taste coffee, learn the history of the Island and visit the bakery for bread tasting. We were warned to keep bread to accompany the meat and cheese tastings- some of us heeded advice so could pair seven different assorted meats / pate with the different choices. As a group we had to employ tactics to prevent both seagulls and other tourists devouring our samples. As you can imagine both would like to have taken advantage of the culinary delights on offer so close circles were ...
... 800 down for 3 months insurance and we were headed to town for lunch and then Walmart to kit out the car who by this time had been named Mugsy Pete. Back to the town centre for some lunch at the Factory. Don tackled an anaconda burger ( toasted cheese sandwich, triple stacked beef, bacon and salads with cheese, onion rings and topped off with another cheese toastie) while I had an awesome salad.(or maybe we shared all of the above...) grabbed our bags from the hostel and dropped ...