Sandman Hotel & Suites Squamish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
- Microwave in room
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... van as a shuttle, and not many people to know, but it is a popular tourist destination.
The bus ride takes around 20 minutes, and takes you over the Lionsgate bridge.
Capilano Bridge had been decorated with fairy lights for the Christmas season, which was really pretty. The main attraction is the suspension bridge. There was a steady stream of people walking both directions, so ...
... headed out after fuelling up on some two minute noodles! The weather had actually perked up at this stage and the sun was out.
Our target for today was Canada Place, down at the waterfront, and Gastown. When we got to the waterfront we had a stroll around the foreshore and saw a cool statue of a killer whale then we walked down Canada Place, checking out the cruise ships and the beautiful views across the city and the mountains on the north side of the water. There was ...
... She had a camel named Camelot who flirted with me and that led to Eugene going up on stage. He had to pretend he was holding a fake baby and it kept crying!! We were all laughing so hard! After that, he was recognized on the ship by many fans!! When we sat at the first row, Maya was afraid of being picked on, but it turned out to be us instead!! :)) Dinner was at Tritons where we met Monika and Doulson. We started a tradition where ...
... it after lending it to a friend who pranged it and didn't pay him for it etc we decided to walk down the street and keep looking. We walked past the big yard with out much of a look, I noticed some 4wd at the front but we couldn't see prices so kept moving. Next was a rather eccentric man sat in a driver seat removed from a car somewhere under a beach umbrella reading the paper. He was a very excitable gentleman who tried his best to sell us a tarago type car that had all wheel drive ...
... in a 5km one-way tunnel with safety rooms along the way containing food for 50 people in case the tunnel caves in! We explored Prince William sound and basically expected only to see glaciers, but on our way the humpbacks, sea lions, puffins, purpoise and sea otters entertained us. Columbia glacier is in a state of retreat and the breaking down process of which started in 1980 but ice still floats down the sound in ...