Inter City Motel
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... are close to public transport, which is what suits Ben. They work on a system where they text you each afternoon to see if you're available for work the next day. If you are, you text back yes then they'll email you the job site details. If you want a day off you just text back no and that's that, no black mark against your name etc so you work when you want to. Ben's basically classified as a 'skilled labourer' with them and doing really basic, ...
... 2.30am so when the alarm went off at 8.30am, guess who didn't want to get our of bed.... Jet lag has hit us like a slap in the face this time around!!!! After a quick brekky, we packed up our room, checked out and caught a cab over to the storage yard to pick up Toby. Yeah, it's reunion day hehe! The lady in the office was excellent when we were checking Toby out, and even gave us a refund on the months rent (which they don't normally do) so that was really nice of her. Finally ...
... Italy, beautiful scenery, story line ok . Off to bed about 11pm, probably will have to have a nanny nap tomorrow. Spoke to Wayne and then Chris, Sue and Sheridan, it was great to touch base with them. Now the challenge is for us to do as Bjorne has told us to do, but really he said he was quite happy with both of us, better than 85 % of the other ...
... up Cypress Mountain. As we climbed steadily we could see that the clouds were slowly breaking up and a view of the city and surrounds was now possible. Our first stop was half way up which gave us amazing views of Vancouver, Stanley Park, Burrard Inlet and even over to Vancouver Island. Stunning. We spent 10 mins or so here then headed up further to the ski mountain area of the resort. Being summer there wasnt a great deal going on but we ...
... as you are never very far from stunning views. We spent a good part of three days walking and exploring the city. Walking the Stanley Park sea wall was a highlight. This huge parkland in the middle of the city was magnificent and we enjoyed taking in the historical landmarks and the stunning views of the mountains and waterfront.
After enjoying the views crossing the Burrard Bridge we arrived ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed