Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
Fantastic place to stay for preparation for the BC MTB race. They have been more than accommodating for those with bikes allowing us to bring our expensive bikes into our rooms without any drama - even provide cleaning opportunities with both bike and muddy clothes.
Churchill's bar is also a great place to wind down as are the pool and spa.
Definitely would stay again if biking here again.
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... with Reine on her bed with the lights off. I got up and left the room to get something. When I went back in I walked straight into her desk chair made myself jump about a foot backwards, slammed into the wall turning on the light and knocking off pictures left right and centre then staggered around trying not to fall on my face. We both lost it, it was ridiculous. I might as well have stood on a cartoon rake and had it smack me in the face and give me little tweety birds around my ...
... She also said the cast and crew are really great.
I took some photos of some other shops after I ate lunch at the Cannery Cafe (Granny's Diner on the show ) and then went back home. The rain just wouldn't stop and the traffic was pretty horrendous, so I took the car back ...
... people, the fur trade and traders, the salmon fisheries, the development of Canada's National Parks. We also get a peek "at the now" of living along this remarkable train line. Vancouver is home to over 2 million Canadians and is the third largest city in Canada. It has beautiful mountains, oceans, sandy beaches and lush forests. We look forward to seeing a tiny bit of it as we catch a taxi to our accommodation at Time Square Suites near Stanley ...
... side and the big brewing tanks behind glass at the other. They ran tours but we didn't bother with this, instead just went straight for the tasters. A tasting board consisted of three 4oz glasses, of any of their brews. There was 8 to choose from, so I picked their lager, an orange and banana ale and a maple syrup based beer. Anna chose the raspberry ale, but couldn't taste any difference between the lot (obviously an uncultured palate) so gave hers ...