Inter City Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the First Nation Museum, as well as the Whistler museum which highlights the pioneer, natural and Olympic history and the resort development. We rode the Peak2Peak Gondola, an amazing engineering feat with spectacular views. Back in Vancouver and Julia, Clay and us met up with Elaine and Peter Cobb for dinner at Kobe (the tepanyaki restaurant where Julia works). Very special night and we thoroughly enjoyed the company, the meal and ...
... seems wider. Vancouver is also blessed with a lot of green space as well as water so there are plenty of outdoor activities available.
My cousin told me about something called the Grouse Grind where people try to get to the top of Grouse Mountain as fast as possible. Maybe I'd like to do it, he asked, but at a reasonable pace of course. Yes, said I, during some sort of attack of temporary insanity which made me forget that what my cousin was in ...
... ordered to embark on an expedition under the command of Lt. Col. Archibald CAMPBELL of the 71st Regiment. This expedition was sent to capture Savannah, Georgia, in conjunction with a British force advancing North from East Florida. After the fall of Savannah on December 29th 1778, DeLancey's helped garrison the various outposts for the better part of the following year. More happened in between, but I will carry on a few years later…. For the rest of 1781 and virtually all ...
As we sit here drinking our Starbucks hot drinks (Cappuccino and hot chocolate) on the corner of Denman and Davie Streets over looking English Bay we can finally say that we have made it. Despite being lucky enough to fly J class and getting our working visa from the immigration officer just a little too easy, our travel over was not without stressful moments. Let's just say who seriously knows of a little thing called ESTA! $150 later that little ...
The second place that I visited today - Burnaby Historic Village. A collection of authentic 1920's era structures saved and erected here plus some reconstructions. Some of the buildings are actually older, but were still in use in the 1920's, and are shown furnished/set up as they would have been 'back in the day.'
Again, see the pattern? Historic thingies?
The appliances in the ...