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some of the best service i have ever experienced, thank you everyone
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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 …
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 …
... way back and forth was that bridge, sigh. We were there a few hours then headed back to the Hotel. Marcus and I's room was ready so we got settled. Then Mr. Kwan, Matt, Marcus and I headed to Chinatown. The taxi driver warned us that it was run down, small, and had an interesting population, boy was he right. He said one street was ok but when you crossed to another ...
... in through the gates into the city." Rev 22:12-14
The next day.... (I think it was anyway...)
After what seemed like forever we finally landed in Vancouver (7:30am, 12:30 pm Sydney time). After assuring a grumpy border official that we weren't criminals or international spies, we grabbed our cases, passed through customs and pretty much walked straight onto our next flight to Toronto. Nice and easy. I finally managed to catch some shut-eye on ...
... was constructed to stop the erosion of Stanley Park and surrounding areas. Native totems and original homestead buildings are found within the parklands. Beds of tulips are found throughout the park and city itself, bringing magnificent colours of red, yellow and white to the background. Stanley Park is recognised as one of the great urban parks in the world. Definitely a 'must see' when visiting Vancouver Hop on Hop off bus back into ...