Sandman Hotel & Suites Squamish
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... especially to Rox) we didnt spot any. All we saw was a few cute squirrels and a couple of 10cm long green disgusting slugs...oh joy!!! It looked like we'd sneezed all over the path. Our intention on setting out for the day was to visit Newcastle Island, complete a hike and then catch the ferry to a nearby island and grab a beer at the floating pub. This pub looked awesome as it floated like a large pontoon with views of the Nanaimo harbour...well heres where the story ...
So many plans what to do over the weekend, but it came down to visiting Pat`s friend in Vancouver and then climb up the Chief, which is a big rocky hill in Squamish.
First thing, that is worth mentioning is the amazing ****mylife Sandwich at ``Bread and Meat``, downtown. It was just a meatball sandwich, but oh my, what kind of sandwich.
The best ever and the restaurant is so cool, I actually fell in love with Vancouver just because of that and ...
... the berries.
A few other highlights from the day were getting 2 McDonald’s blueberry pies (think hot apple pie but blueberry) for only $1.39, buying an utterly delicious type of Cadbury chocolate that we don’t have in Australia (yet!) and eating the whole block and watching the series ‘Mad Men’ which is at the house we are at during the evening.
Vancouver Day 4
This morning we didn’t have any plans so ...
... a private house as if it was his territory and no one should mind his innocent visit. Two locals told me that they are just used to it. A bear in garage, a bear close to
your house when you leave to work... Quite an experience I must say. I also saw one elk and deer on the street.
There were many other things that added up to the awesomeness of this trip: staying at the hostels reminded me of a trip to ...
... when I asked him what a good region for red wines in BC. He then admirably collected himself and showed me a couple of bottles that the bottle shop was featuring. So I thanked him, but lets just say for $4.99 I wasn't expecting great things. Fortunately, a girl came over and she was able to tell me that the Okanagan Region is really good for reds and so I bought a couple ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center