Inter City Motel
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- Free parking
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Today we woke to a sunny morning. We caught the bus into the city at around 9.30am.We then walked to Stanley Park which was only about 15 minutes from the city.
We hired some bikes to ride around the park. Stanley Park has a clear bike trail that runs along the water know as the Sea Wall Trail. The trail went for around 9km in length. Along the way there great views of the harbour, islands and mountains. There were also a few old lighthouses and cool totem poles.
After the ride ...
CHRISTINE: Hello, we are Christine and Mavis. This is the story of our Loyalist history - as we understand it. Much of what we know, as beginning researchers/genealogists, comes from information posted on the World Wide Web. Bits and pieces of verified information and the odd bits of unverified information help to form a complete picture full of intrigue. We welcome you to our presentation on our Loyalist John Manzer. To understand his story we will travel very back in time to ...
... Thus the air-bank was born and companies can buy air above heritage buildings if they agree to fund the upkeep of the buildings. The result seems to be a city of skyscrapers with smaller buildings of historical importance dotted between. We were told that it works well and other cities followed the idea to preserve their heritage buildings. The modern high-rises are also built using lots of glass which makes ...
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 ...
I have been pretty slow writing this final blog after all the excitement of getting home and celebrating Christmas but better late than never.
We made it back to Vancouver with no van problems and on the first day back sold the van for the same price we brought it for at the start of the year. Not bad since we did 30,000km in total during the trip! It was more of a relief than sadness to sell the van as I was stressing that it wouldn't ...