Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
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... and we were through customs quickly and part of the very first boarding group. Kamie & I looked around and quickly realized we are about 40 years younger than the average passenger. Kamie whispered during embarkation that we were surely the only two passengers still employed. So far, we have seen one other couple that is our age. Our room steward told us we were the youngest people on his hall. His name is ...
... sooner. I am so incredibly excited to start my adventure on the ski hill, I have absolutely no idea what I've gotten myself into, and that's exactly how I ike to live my life. I don't tend to plan things out before I do them, I'm much more of a wait and see sort of person, so far that has worked out for me quite well. I find the most magestic of places and moments, are the ones I just stumble upon, you absolutely can create the world around you.
... by a lorry and only 2 of her 4 cubs survived; those young ones are being looked after here.
I did get to see the 'world famous lumberjack show'. Two 'lumberjacks' competed against one another in a show of lumberkjack activities such as throwing an axe at a target, sawing a slice of tree with a large floppy saw, climbing up huge trees, chainsawing a wooden bunny rabbit, staying up on a log that is moving 'round and 'round and then a mystery guest climbed a ...
... at the station so we got a little lost on route. Sometimes getting lost has it’s advantages, however, and we found a great place for lunch - Golden Ears Cheescrafters - which was like a huge farm shop and eatery. Our new accommodations were a little different to our Seattle apartment - a converted garage with very basic facilities and rather too hot with a very overpowering smell on arrival. It was cheap so I guess you get what you pay for sometimes. It at least had ...
... so many but I wonder where they go in mid winter when it gets very cold, hopefully there are hostels set up for them to escape the sub zero temperatures.
We wander across town to Yaletown. I don't know why it's called Yaletown, it doesn't seem to have any links with the American university, so maybe everyone here nced used Yale locks in their doors, who knows. It is much the same as Gas Town, the buildings newer perhaps, but otherwise ...