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some of the best service i have ever experienced, thank you everyone
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So, alas, today was our last day at Sonora. Sob! Time has gone far too quickly... We decided to make the most of it though and kick-started the day with a lie-in to soak up that incredible morning view one last time, before heading off to the restaurant for breakfast. To make the most of it Tim plumped for the Full Canadian cooked breakfast while I …
Today we went to a bridge and spent most of our time sighing that we had to go home tomorrow. Hence the title.
We had a lie in as we were both rather tired. Ironically, given our fabulous room and comfy bed at Sonora, our insistence on leaving the curtains open to watch sunrise each morning had left us somewhat sleep deprived after the …
... but their 'best in Vancouver' Blueberry cheesecake. It was good, very, very good. Rich and creamy but not too sweet. I would struggle to eat a full size but thoroughly enjoyed the tasting portion. They do cheesecake well.
Finished our food tour with Rogers Chocolates. They have been around since 1885 and serve many decadent hand made chocolates. They are famous for their Victorian Creams which are still hand made and wrapped to this ...
... ve got a smaller one for socks and underwear and then a bunch of varying-sized containers for my liquids and chargers and first aid kit and such - I'll do a detailed packing list later. But the end result is that I have a very flat backpack which I am extremely pleased about.
This morning in Seattle was fairly decent weather - 60's and overcast I'd say. I realized on the way to the airport that I did not bring any clothes that will ...
... much time together that trip but have visited each other at various points afterward across the globe. We’ve also happened to be there for each other at various points of sadness/life-disaster. Fate meant we ended up living in Vancouver at the same time, battling through, and I’m very proud to call him one of my best friends. Despite our general lack of proximity. We manage.
I was also very lucky to come across so ...