Holiday Inn Vancouver Centre
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We arrived this afternoon, very exhausted but decided to stay up and go to bed early tonight. Walked into town and of course went to Cosco. Vancouver is a beautiful city. Tomorrow we will go on a few adventures and we will add some photos. Can't believe we are here.
... That memory will stay with me a long time and still makes me chuckle thinking about it.
And once we were feeling a little better and ventured outside I promptly banged my calf on the corner of the seat on the bus and gave myself cramp. In public. I really shouldn’t be allowed to leave the house.
Once we were better, Reine and I had a few little outings to various streets in Vancouver to run errands, window shop and generally continue our little Womance (like ...
... hours early. I had to fill up the gas tank and had to he schooled on the pre-pay gas thing. The attendant was nice as I tried to convert liters to gallons in my head. Now that I have a calculator handy, I figured gas is around $5.70 a gallon here.
After dropping off my $75 rental ...
Just one last look just before sunrise of Lake Louise, the mountains and the glacier. So beautiful and calm. We get on the road around 6.00am to travel the 59 kms to Banff, drop off our hire car and check in for our Rocky Mountaineer train trip. We are in the Red Leaf service on the rail route called "First Passage to the West". This route retraces the historic Canadian Pacific Railway, famous for uniting the country and connecting British ...
... I didn't complain..
After the beers, it was tea time. We went back inside the market to find a burrito stall we'd spotted earlier. We decided to eat them outside, until world war 3 almost broke out behind us. A group of seagulls had found a dead bird on the road, and they weren't happy. Screeching and crowing, they all as one lifted into the air and let themselves go. It was like an air raid. Thankfully, we made it inside unscathed.