Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
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We all woke up hoping for and got a clear day. The weather looked good. Yes whale watching. Then the hotel phone rings - ehhh. They tell us that there is a 1.5m swell in the sound and with the 20+ knots predicted it won't be pleasant enough to run the cruise so its off to reschedule. Damn - and now the disappointment sets in. Then the "what are we …
The chance of experiencing rain in Vancouver is excellent; especially if the previous week was gloriously sunny.
Plan A: Whale watching (as there are still whales everywhere, including orcas, and they don't care if its raining, so neither shall we)
Problem: rain isn't the problem. Predicted high winds and hence high seas are. …
All of us woke up early - relative in Canadian time. Well it was a late morning in Washington but we had gone back a few hours in our travels. So we got up and went down to breakfast for a meal. Holiday Inn hotels have a kids eat free deal and it isn't too bad. Anyway it gets the troops up and Connor fed well enough to cope for a few hours.
Time to temporarily leave the United States and travel to a Commonwealth country. Yes we were off to Canada.
Hmm this will be interesting, as it is a bit of travel and we had planned to do some walking out in the Canadian wilderness - before Aidan did his knee. Now we aren't quite sure what we will do there but definitely want to travel …
Here we are! The Most liveable City in the WORLD! Also to top it off the Olympics start here in approximately 3 weeks!
Our first impressions of Vancouver, well the airport anyway, was of amazement. I don't think I have ever been to such a nice Airport! We jumped off the plane and basically on the way to Immigration & baggage claim you …
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility