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... br> We then headed back to the hotel for a little rest and chance for Carolyn and Lindsay to watch the successful Blue Jays game...and then were off to Chaya’s house (one of Cathy’s cousins) for a farewell dinner of delicious pizza and some ‘family time’. It was great to see the whole Suzuki clan together and we had a really nice time.
... a tourist in Vancouver, I went to Granville Island. It is an adorable little place filled with crafts, music and a food market. I bought some "authentic indian comfort food" and ate it outside on the dock, listening to some soothing guitar and watching the boats pass under the bridge. It was a really lovely afternoon.
As I was walking around I noticed many help wanted signs and I have heard many people say that the ski resorts are looking ...
... the no 4 bus to the harbour, then the seabus to North Vancouver, and lastly, the 236 bus to Grouse Mountain. Once there, I paid for my skyride and then went in the cable car (aka funicular), which took us to our destination in just 6 mins. We passed over huge trees and the car swayed twice; each time we went by a tower. I went to the Chalet Peak observatory but was disappointed that I coudl not sit and get the best views with just a drink. When I wanted to take ...
Our final morning in our great Ballard apartment was to be a very early one and our wonderful host, Vera, had offered to give us a lift to the station at 6.30am!! Now there’s hosting and there’s going above and beyond - Vera did exactly that. We were taking the train to Vancouver and it was to leave at 7.45, which it did! It was on time! The journey offered some gorgeous views of the ocean all the way north and when Vancouver came into sight at about 11am we ...
... in the morning I am greeted by numerous balloons on the floor of the bathroom that Kirsty had sneaked in whilst I was showering, all with 40 plastered over them, in case I had forgotten!
We just spent the day hanging out in Vancouver and exploring a few of the neighbourhoods. We started off in Gas Town, named after the old gas lamps that used to be used around here. They are all long gone, but a steam clock remains. The buildings here ...