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some of the best service i have ever experienced, thank you everyone
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Used the "hop on hop off" bus today to go to Stanley Park which is apparently larger than Central Park. It's neatly organised into 3 pathways one for cars and buses then bikes and roller skates then walkers, We travelled to Granville Island which is a little like Covent Garden with boutique shops and street entertainers, to have lunch. Back on the bus to see the earliest ...
... Game last 3 parts of 29 mins with OT if needed. We got the bus back as the game was at Pacific Coliseum, which takes you down East Hastings street, the most condensed area of homeless people I've ever seen. So many of them, which seems to be a theme in Vancouver. We got back to the hostel and showered ready for bed. Enjoyed a fee episodes of friends until the new girl in the bed next to me started snoring SO LOUDLY. no sleep for me ...
... homeless from all over tend to head here for the winter as it doesn't get as cold. A bit scarey for a tourist though.
Granville Island hadn't changed from when I was there last lots of fresh fruits and Veggies, plenty of Pumpkins ready for Halloween. I took one of the small boats and went along the inlet. It was a nice view of the city from the water. I got to see all the flash boats...I have decided that some people have a heck of a ...
Seawheeze is officially over, but our little vacation definitely isn't. This morning, we met back up in one of our rooms for breakfast before heading back down the busy shopping road to one of the hop-on-hop-off trolley stations that tourists use to get tours of the city. We wanted to do all the touristy things in Vancouver (there actually aren't too many, so we could cram them all in a day) and figured the trolley would be the best way to get everywhere ...