Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Surrey East - Cloverdale
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... s enthusiastic recommendation, which is a Japanese dollar store with just about anything and everything you might be interested in. Catherine selected some hair clips, Sam Jackson got one of the many sets of eye shades offered in the travel section (that boy can never have enough…he sleeps in them every night and loses them regularly), Sam got some pill boxes, and I got some chocolate gold coins for the kids and Sam.
We then elected to go to ...
... 8221; earlier that the cover on Kai’s car seat is “a bit dirty”, and has cunningly used the magic words - “Don’t worry if it’s you can’t work out how to get it off.” What an obvious challenge! Those of you who are blessed with young children will have pictures in your mind at this point. Let’s just say that kids car seats are like alien life forms ...
... gear. We realise that the world must remain in balance. If five thousand Canadians head to the US beaches and shopping malls for their summer break, an equal number of Americans must go the other way to look at the mountains and bears.
At last, we reach the border. It’s Canadian immigration this time. The lines are much shorter and in a few minutes we are back in the land of Canucks and kilometres. Good to be back ...
... who is rumoured to be able to spell his own name. Simple!
I start to think about the advantages of this system, and some of the things I might "trade" when we get home. There's that dinner set we never seem to use, some of Nanette's shoes .... Obviously the list doesn't include any of my man-stuff, because it's all essential to the effective running of our household, but I reckon this could just work. I'm just getting into the swing of it ...
... felt more like a local library that the other libraries like Sydney and Melbourne which was nice. We found some books and magazines and had a rest for an hour as we leafed through them. When we were done, we returned home via Gastown which is an older, industrial part of town which the trendy people have moved in on making nice cafes, restaurants and boutiques.
When it came to dinner time we set off to go to a Vietnamese restaurant that Eleanor had found on the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility